”it helped the children to view the arts (“theatre”) as a whole”
Established in 1997 we have over twelve years experience of creating partnerships between the arts and education sectors which enable students of all ages to work alongside arts professionals and to gain new skills.
In 1994, the London Arts Board commissioned Frances Morrell to write 'Engines of Prosperity', a report which led to the establishment of Arts Inform. From 1997-2008, Arts Inform was led by joint Chief Executives Frances Morrell and Linda Payne, after which the staffing structure changed to its current structure.
Arts Inform is managed by two core part-time staff, the Director and Deputy Director, who lead on each project and look after the day to day management of the Company. We also employ a regular team of freelance staff on a project by project basis, including project managers, researchers, a data analyst and other specialists. Many of our freelance staff have worked with the Company for many years, ensuring consistency in the Arts Inform approach.
Arts Inform is supported by a Board which is made up of representatives from a variety of sectors, including from both Arts and Education. Meeting three times per year, the board play a key role in the development of Arts Inform’s projects and company development, and are actively engaged in the programme of work. Arts Inform’s Management Committee additionally meet several times per year.