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Swing Night is the culmination of an exciting intergenerational dance project involving school children, senior citizens and the general public.

This is the fourth year of LVSC's annual Big Squeeze survey, which looks at the impact of the recession and public spending cuts on London's voluntary and community sector (VCS) and the people who use their services.

The Space is a new, deliberately experimental online service, managed by Arts Council England and developed in partnership with the BBC.

Film London and London's Screen Archives have received a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant to develop a major three-year project focused on the moving image history of 15 London outer boroughs.

a-n The Artists Information Company has published a research paper which forms part of a series that looks specifically at the nature and value of openly-advertised work and opportunities for visual and applied artists.

Members of the national research in arts and health network have been successful in securing ESRC funding for a seminar series entitled ‘Researching Arts, Health and Wellbeing’.

The Arts Council has announced funding for nine organisations that will provide development support for regional museums.


Arts Council England has announced a re-organisation to meet Government demands to cut its administration costs. Among the changes planned are streamlining of office functions to create regional hubs.

This consultation is seeking views on the development of a cross-government long term conditions strategy which will set out a vision for how services such as health, social care, education, housing and others can work together to impro

Following the re-election of Boris Johnson as Mayor of London, the capital’s local government leaders “reiterated their commitment to a closer and strengthened partnership for the next four years”.

The deadline for submitting events has now passed and the full exciting programme of events is now available on the website – and you’ll be hearing much more about this (and all the organisations and events involved) from us over the ne

The London Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2012 will take place from June 13-20 this summer and promises to be a great showcase for the huge variety of arts and health activity in the capital.

LAHF is now recruiting interlocutors to tour with this summer’s pop up arts installation Fidget.

Arts Council England introduced a regular Stakeholder focus survey in 2009, as part of its public value work, aiming to strengthen relationships with the public and other stakeholders and to support its mission.