Normal Sites

Arts Council of England - The Arts Council of England is the national funding body for the arts in England. It is responsible for developing, sustaining and promoting the arts through the distribution of public money from central government and revenue generated by the National Lottery.
Arts Council of Ireland - The Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaion is an independent autonomous body set up in 1951 to stimulate public interest in and promote the knowledge, appreciation and practice of the arts.
Arts Council of Northern Ireland - No text description.
Arts Council of Wales - The Arts Council of Wales (ACW) is responsible for funding and developing the arts in Wales.
Crafts Council - The Crafts Council promotes the contemporary crafts in Great Britain. It is an independent organisation funded by government and provides services to craftspeople and the public.
East England Arts - East England Arts Board is the arts development agency for the East of England. From Norfolk to the Thames, from Hertfordshire to the North Sea; the Eastern Arts region is the largest of the 10 Arts Board regions in England.
Scottish Arts Council - The Scottish Arts Council (SAC) is the principal channel for Government funding of the contemporary arts in Scotland.
South West Arts - South West Arts is the official public body for the arts in the South West, covering the unitary authorities of Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol City, North Somerset, South Gloucestershire and the Counties of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire and Somerset.