The British Pavilion exhibition in Venince has been awarded a special mention for National Participation, in 2023.
Meet the artist and filmmaker John Akomfrah RA who we've chosen to represent Great Britain at the 60th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia in 2024.
The UK/Ukraine Season of Culture is a new programme of events, activities and grant-funded projects, strengthening collaborations between the two countries and providing new opportunities for exchange through residences, talks, films, lectures and more.
We have temporarily suspended activities in Ukraine for the safety and well-being of our staff, audiences and partners.
If you haven't seen Sonia Boyce's award-winning artwork in person, now's your chance.
British Pavilion artist 2022 Sonia Boyce has won the prestigious Golden Lion prize for her exhibition Feeling Her Way.
Dancing Before the Moon, will present a series of installations featuring new work by six artists and designers and a new film and soundscape.
Three leading figures in arts and culture have been appointed to the Arts and Creative Economy Advisory group at the British Council.
Jayden Ali, Joseph Henry, Meneesha Kellay and Sumitra Upham are the new team of architects and curators selected by us to represent the UK at the 18th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia 2023.
The first of its kind, this report – from the University of the Arts with our support – shares findings and five case studies of international cooperation around ethically responsible and socially engaged fashion and textile design.
British Council Publishes Two Reports reviewing the progress of global disability arts initiatives
The UK/Australia Season will explore and celebrate the relationship between Australia and the UK across the arts, creative industries, and higher education.
Coventry was named UK City of Culture 2021, with a programme of events that ecouraged civic participation and digital innovation. As the international partner, our projects created connections between Coventry residents and people and places worldwide.
Exploring climate change through art, science and digital technology
Announcing the recipients of the International Collaboration Grants