Partnership and collaboration underpins all our work and helps us to draw on a rich range of insights, evidence and practice. We can only achieve our vision by working with and listening to a range of people with different ideas, knowledge, skills and experiences.
We work in partnership with national organisations, networks and research institutions so that collectively we we can advance understanding of cultural value in the UK and internationally.
Fun Palaces, Feltham. Photo: Helen Murray
Our core partners are The Audience Agency, University of Leeds, University of Liverpool, University of Sheffield, University of York and Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.
Our core partners provide intellectual leadership via our team of associate directors, advise on sector and academic engagement and co-deliver some of our core work.
Our network of affiliate partners support the Centre’s mission to build a shared understanding of the differences that arts, culture and heritage make to people’s lives and to society.
They are organisations with a national or strategic remit. They help us to reach their networks, co-deliver projects and promote an evidence-based approach to policy and practice.
See the list of our affiliate partners below.
Our affiliate partners
Arts Marketing Association
Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy
Association of British Orchestras
BBC Research & Development
Chief Cultural and Leisure Officers Association
Contemporary Visual Arts Network
Creative Ageing Development Agency
Creative & Cultural Skills
Cultural Learning Alliance
Culture Forum North
Culture Health & Wellbeing Alliance
Eden Court Theatre
Galway 2020 & NUI Galway
Imperial War Museum
Leeds City Council (Culture & Sport)
National Centre for Creative Health
National Theatre Scotland
Natural History Museum
Opera North / DARE
Queens University Belfast
Royal Society of Arts
Scottish Contemporary Art Network
University College London
University of Bristol
University of Highlands & Islands (Inverness)
University of Warwick