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.
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.
From 16 to 26 March, audiences in London are enjoying BFI Flare, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) film festival. At the same time you can watch five films online.
European Creative Hubs Network is a 2-year project which aim is to help creative hubs connect and collaborate across Europe. Apply to the first Skills Workshop in Madrid 22-23 March.
A large-scale textile work, ceramic sculptures and a body of new drawings by Caroline Achaintre is showing at FRAC Champagne-Ardennes from 27 January to 23 April 2017.
Friday 27 January 2017 to Sunday 23 April 2017
The British Council proudly presents a window into the world and work of David Shrigley, which you can enjoy wherever you are.
What’s the connection between a London Bus and a Dandelion? Our new online exhibition 'Inside the Heatherwick Studio' gives a unique and rare insight into the London-based studio’s work.
Find out about the British Council's programme of upcoming events in France.
Fluxus Art Projects: not for profit Franco-British organisation encouraging cross-channel exchanges in visual arts.
- Monday 22 May 2017
- Fluxus Art Projects is a Franco-British programme for contemporary art