Cultural education organisations


  • Cultural Learning Alliance brings together the diverse parts of the cultural sector to work together – including museums, film, libraries, heritage, dance, literature, new media arts, theatre, visual arts and music – with the education and youth sector, with parents and with young people to ensure all children and young people have meaningful access to culture. Read CLA report ImagineNation below



  • SHARE Museums East is the portal for Museum Development in the East of England. SHARE runs a comprehensive programme of development opportunities for museums. It supports museums to develop skils across a range of topics including collections management, audience development, leadership, learning, and economic sustainability.

  • Engage is a membership organisation representing gallery, art and education professionals in the UK and over 20 countries worldwide. Engage promotes access to, enjoyment and understanding of the visual arts through gallery education.

  • Arts Development UK is a professional association for people working in arts and cultural development in England and Wales.  Arts Development UK and Arts Council of Wales report into Local Authority Arts Investment and Partnership Survey 2015-16 can be read below



  • Sonic Pi: Live & Coding is a ground breaking digital research and development project that has been working intensively with Sonic Pi and looking at how the program can be used to provide new pathways for young people into digital music. The research-centred process involved a delivery team of instrumental music teachers, school music and computing teachers, researchers, technologists and artists who worked with children at two secondary schools (KS3) and a five day summer school to explore the creative potential of Sonic Pi and test and develop resources.