Arts Council briefing events presentation - July 2015
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- 1. Musical Rumpus, Spitalfields Music Photo: James Berry & Spitalfields Music July 2015 Arts Council briefing The landscape for 2015 and beyond
- 2. Agenda Welcome Great art and culture for everyone: the next five years Political environment Spending Review: What do we know? Making the case
- 3. Welcome This is for areas to add in a series of images to highlight achievements or notable events in the last year - narrative to go in notes.
- 4. The next five years National and Area plans Mid-way through our strategy Creative case for diversity Distribution Cultural education guarantee
- 5. Great art and culture for everyone: mid-way through Weve reached the mid-point of our 10- year strategy, Great art and culture for everyone. We will look back at achievements over the first five years of the strategy and look ahead to the context, challenges and opportunities for next five years.
- 6. Next five years: Creative case for diversity A fundamental shift in approach Im committing this organisation which belongs to all of us to a fundamental shift in its approach to diversity. Britains got many, many talents, and our work should reflect and engage with all our talent and communities. Sir Peter Bazalgette, December 2014. Our commitments o Programming o Audiences o Supporting leadership o Diversity across the workforce How we will achieve this o Role of NPO/MPMs o Data o Strategic funds, Grants for the arts and goals
- 7. Next five years: Distribution of funding Im announcing a significant shift in how we invest our Lottery revenue. Arts Council England has already increased its investment of lottery revenue outside London up to 70%. But I want us to do better still. Darren Henley, May 2015 Our commitment o 75% of Lottery funding outside London by 2018 a 5% point change o Building capacity and infrastructure across the country o A two-way street of ideas, talent and resources o A boost in production outside London is essential to the success of the national arts and culture ecology. How well achieve this o Area budgets for Grants for the arts and target bands for Strategic Funds. o Changes to Grant-In-Aid challenging in context of SR and decreasing budgets
- 8. Next five years: towards a cultural education guarantee I believe that creative talent is everywhere, but opportunity is not. Cultural education should be a right, not a privilege. Darren Henley, May 2015 The cultural education guarantee Great arts and culture to be an everyday part of the lives of every child across England, no matter who they are or where they live Every child to have the chance to create, visit and participate Closing the gap that currently exists, including focus on early years and disadvantage Partners at a national and local level to help realise this ambition. Relationship with Government National programmes Local delivery Partnerships
- 9. Your thoughts Your opportunity to share your thoughts and ask us about what youve heard so far
- 10. Political environment: DCMS Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries Responsibilities in DCMS and Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS). Culture white paper Rt Hon John Whittingdale is new Secretary of State Former Shadow Secretary for DCMS and Select Committee chairman Engaged in arts, with focus on their intrinsic value Jesse Norman is the new Chair of CMS Select Committee Very supportive of the arts Committee priorities to include regional arts funding as well as the BBC, broadband and football.
- 11. Political environment: wider policy areas Rt Hon Sajid Javid is the new Secretary of State at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Responsibility for Creative Industries; Ed Vaizey a Minister Apprenticeships and Higher Education Rt Hon Nicky Morgan remains Secretary of State at the Department for Education Education Bill introduced Fund Music Education Hubs, National Youth Music Organisations, In Harmony and other projects
- 12. Political environment: wider policy areas Rt Hon Greg Clark MP is the new Secretary of State at Communities and Local Government Focus on decentralising powers to city regions, particularly in Northern England Well remain adaptable to the needs of local leaders Rt Hon George Osborne remains Chancellor at HM Treasury Supports devolution and large-scale projects, and increasing focus on One Nation agenda Personal support for the arts
- 13. Political environment: what we know Government A Conservative majority of 12 Priorities: spending reductions, growth, constitutional issues, city devolution, EU, Human Rights Act, etc. 2015/16 in-year cuts DCMS cut by 2.5% (30m) Arts Council by 0.35% Budget announcements 17bn of savings announced Surplus delayed to 2019-20 Spending Review 20bn still to be announced, including non-protected Government departments
- 14. Spending Review: context Government plans 37bn savings to be found 20bn to be set out in Spending Review Settlement likely for 2016/17 2019/20 Our approach Making the case for growth Wide-ranging scenario planning Consider GiA/Lottery balance Impact of cuts to LAs Plan for the worst but be prepared for the best.
- 15. Spending Review: implications 16/17 17/18 -5% - current NPO/MPM funding could be protected Impact on sector through loss of strategic funds Implications for museums and libraries -15% - loss of over 75m in 17/18 Need for resilience and sustainability 18/19 and beyond Serious challenges from 18/19 and distribution at risk - 20% year on year would require radical changes Assumes consistent National Lottery funding
- 16. Timeline for 2018/19 to 2020/21 investment round Assuming we get a settlement of more than two year we will need to set a timeline for the next investment process in autumn 2015. The optimal timeline would be something like. Budget setting and design of processes to be used November 2015 to September 2016. Portal opens for NPO/MPM applications 1st October to 31st December 2016. Access and decision making stage 1st January to 31st March 2017. Negotiations of funding agreements and notice period for leavers and joiners 2017/18 New funding agreements signed by 31st March 2018. In the less likely scenario of only a two year settlement we would probably wait until the next SR before setting an investment timeline.
- 17. Spending Review: the holistic case Economy Creative Industries Tourism Regeneration Education and skills Health and well-being
- 18. Spending Review: making the case Resources: Refreshed advocacy toolkit, films, digital activity, new Create Evidence base: CEBR Economic Report, Creative Industries Federation report Between now and the Spending Review: the new Parliament, the case in Government, Whitehall and Local Authorities, public engagement
- 19. Spending review: making the case www.artscouncil.org.uk/toolkit The arts matter in 2015 make the case with us
- 20. Spending review: engaging your MP www.artscouncil.org.uk/toolkit Engage your MP with the value of arts and culture
- 21. Making the case: Local Authorities Largest funders of arts, libraries and regional museums Impact of SR cut to DCLG Arts Council cannot be last funder in town Using the Advocacy Toolkit
- 22. Making the case: in our area Discussion What are the opportunities and priorities in your area? How can we work together to make the case for culture? Is there content or guidance the Arts Council could provide?
- 23. Thank you