Cultural Co-operation

Cultural Co-operation

At a glance

Causes

  • Arts
  • Black, asian and minority ethnic groups
  • Education
  • Museums / heritage
  • Young people

Where

First Floor
4 Pinchin Street
London
London (Central)
E1 1SA

Other details

Geographical remit: 
National - England

Objectives

Cultural Co-operation is an arts charity that was set up as a charity in 1988

 

Our vision – To diversify the arts and heritage workforce in the UK and to make an impact on programmes and audiences

 

Our mission – To champion the best in diversity arts practice and to offer workbased career development for artists, curators and producers; to provide showcases of the best in diverse arts through our arts festivals and to connect and enhance opportunities for artists through our networks

 

Activities

  • We run high quality, innovative programmes which provide training opportunities for people from backgrounds that are under-represented in the arts & heritage workforce and which helps institutions in those sectors to become more diverse and inclusive
  • We link artists from different cultural backgrounds with each other and with arts and heritage institutions, and to foster collaborations that reflect society’s cultural mix
  • We take the results of these collaborations ‘beyond the doors’ of those institutions and showcase them to the wider public.

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