Our work in the arts is driven by innovation, showcasing new talents, developing leadership and promoting diversity.
Our work in arts
We work with the best of British creative talent and a strong network of partners to develop innovative collaborations and events. We work in all art forms to create new ways of connecting with and seeing each other through the arts.
Samara Scott has developed a practice fuelled by the context of hyper-consumerism, creating installations made through ‘hijacking’ manufactured objects and by-products of mass production.
Friday 18 September 2020 to Sunday 03 January 2021
- CAPC musée d'art contemporain de Bordeaux
The exhibition presents a reflection between the work of the artist Céline Condorelli and a selection of works from the collections of Frac Alsace, Frac Champagne-Ardennes and Frac Lorraine
Thursday 23 July 2020 to Sunday 24 January 2021
- 49 Nord 6 Est - Frac Lorraine
Watch for free this Summer: three new short films exploring and celebrating LGBTIQ+ stories.
Monday 15 June 2020 to Tuesday 15 September 2020
Fluxus Art Projects supports emerging visual artists and curators at a key moment in their international career.
Selecting the best UK music every week and sharing it with the world. Join us for great music and stories from the people who make it.
From theatre to music, from literature to visual arts : how you can keep entertained with UK culture from home.
In the light of Covid-19, we wanted to let you know what you can expect from British Council Arts in the coming months.
The Diaphonique fund supports collaborative projects in classical contemporary music between France and the UK.
Disability Arts International is dedicated to creating more international opportunities for Deaf and disabled artists. It's designed for arts professionals, programmers and venue managers.