Record Details

CollectionNational Campaign for the Arts
NGONational Campaign for the Arts
RepositoryLondon University: Goldsmiths College
DescriptionThe records of the National Campaign for the Arts have been placed at Goldsmiths College. They consist of: "material relating to international arts policies in Africa, Asia, Australia, Canada, USA, Europe, Denmark, France, Italy, Germany, Republic of Ireland, Scandinavia, Spain, Portugal, Greece and Turkey, [1980s-1990s]; material concerning government dealings with the arts, including Reports of the Education, Science and Arts Committee, correspondence with MPs from the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties, and surveys of Local Authority arts spending; Reports of the Arts Council of Great Britain, 1945-1994, including reports on the national arts and media strategy; papers relating to regional Arts Boards in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland; papers concerning quangos such as the British Council, the Crafts Council, the Museums and Galleries Commission and the Scottish Museums Council; material relating to arts organisations, including ABSA, the BBC, the British Film Institute, the English National Opera, the Independent Television Commission, the London Arts Lobby, the National Lottery and the Royal Opera House; subject files relating to types of art form, notably architecture, broadcasting, dance, education, film, literature, museums, libraries, music, opera, orchestras, radio, theatre and visual arts; publications relating to the arts in Great Britain; and correspondence files of officers of the NCA [1985-1990]". (source: online collection-level catalogue).
Access RightsBy appointment. Available to bona fide researchers only. Contact the Deputy Librarian for details.
Coverage1945-1998
Size of Collection13 cartons
Finding Aids/Cataloguesonline collection-level catalogue;
Reference of Catalogue
Additional informationThere are two minor references to the Campaign in A2A.
Source of InformationNRA; AIM25
Last Edited at26/03/2007 14:35:30

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