What we do

''The Arts Service team at Staffordshire are responsible for the development and delivery of the County Council's Arts Policy with a key aim to provide opportunities for people to access, enjoy and benefit from a range of learning, recreational and cultural activities.


Los Amigos Workshop Making MovesArts Projects
- We work in partnership with key agencies, councils and arts organisations to develop and deliver ambitious projects based on strategic objectives in line with the Council’s Arts Policy.

For more information about our current projects, please browse through the menu list.


Arts Funding - We run an annual Community Arts Fund| which helps fund arts activities that benefit the community and help to make arts accessible to everyone.

Solihull Workshop Making Moves
Arts Connected helps support the creative community by forming links, developing partnerships, sharing information and resources and providing support for local artists and organisations.


 Like us on facebook| and keep up to date with any news and opportunities from the service as well as projects happening across Staffordshire by other arts and community organisations.


Creative Directory - a directory of experienced
artists and organisations who currently deliver Solihull Workshop Making Moves
workshops to schools and the community in 
Staffordshire.

PDF Document Creative Workhops Directory| (1.58mb)

Word DocumentCreative Directory Submission| (264kb)

Arts Development Team

Owen Hurcombe, County Arts Officer
Tel: 01785 278339
Email: owen.hurcombe@staffordshire.gov.uk|

Tracie Meredith, Community Arts Officer
Tel: 01785 278571
Email: tracie.meredith@staffordshire.gov.uk|

Jacqueline Greaves, Dance Development Officer
Tel:01785 278647
Email: jacqueline.greaves@staffordshire.gov.uk|

Staffordshire Arts Development Officers

Please click here for a list of the County's Arts Development Officers|

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