Arts Council of England

Now known as Arts Council England, the national development agency for the arts in England. Their publications include titles on, education and learning, audience development, diversity and resource development.

21 Bloomsbury Street
London
WC1B 3HF
UK
Website: www.artscouncil.org.uk/
Tel: 0161 934 4317

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Designing Galleries: complete guide to developing and designing spaces and services for temporary exhibitions. Part 0 - Contents, foreword and introduction. (1 of 4) 1999 Red
Designing Galleries: complete guide to developing and designing spaces and services for temporary exhibitions. Part 1 - Your own planning will be the earliest work in a capital project. (2 of 4) 1999 Red
Designing Galleries: complete guide to developing and designing spaces and services for temporary exhibitions. Part 2 - Defining the performance you want from the building. (3 of 4) 1999 Red
Designing Galleries: complete guide to developing and designing spaces and services for temporary exhibitions. Part 3 - Index. (4 of 4) 1999 Red
Designing Galleries: complete guide to developing and designing spaces and services for temporary exhibitions 1999 Green

 

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