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24th October, 2014

Cultural Enquiry to investigate value of partnerships to arts and culture

King’s College London, in collaboration with the BBC, is launching a major Cultural Enquiry into the role partnership plays in enabling publicly funded cultural institutions to enhance the quality and diversity of their work across the UK.

The Enquiry will aim to articulate the benefits of partnership and the potential it offers for both greater public engagement and value for money for arts and culture.

This major new initiative for Culture at King’s will be led by the BBC’s Commissioning Editor of General Factual Programmes for Radio 4, Jane Ellison, working within the Cultural Partnerships directorate in collaboration with academics and students across King’s.

For more information please visit the King’s College London website.

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