Arts Connect’s Partnership Investment programme seeks to secure, through co-investment, high quality arts and cultural activity for children and young people. We are interested in investing in opportunities that represent a significant strategic development to enable the provision of arts and cultural activities to become more sustainable.
What is Partnership Investment (PI)?
Arts Connect is committed to working with partners to ensure new, or increased, investment is brought into the West Midlands to improve the quality and access of arts and cultural education for our children and young people, aged 0-25 years.
In our 2018-22 Partnership Investment programme the focus for our co-investment is through Local Cultural Education Partnerships (LCEPs). LCEPs are currently established in the following areas of the West Midlands: Birmingham; Cannock Chase; Coventry; Dudley; Herefordshire; Sandwell; Shropshire; Stoke & North Staffordshire; Tamworth; Telford; Walsall; Wolverhampton and Worcestershire.