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Unlocking the potential of peer learning


Learning from collective experience offers a wealth of benefits to those willing to invest in building a network, write Amanda Smethurst and Tamsin Curror

Bruised not Broken exhibition, part of Museums Northumberland bait programme. Photo: Jason Thompson

Twelve new places to join our peer learning network


Today Arts Council England has announced the 12 new Creative People and Places projects that will be joining our national peer learning network.


Portraits of Millfield. Peterborough Presents. Photo: Eleven Farrer House

Opportunities with the Creative People and Places national network


We're looking for a freelance National Peer Learning Coordinator and a National Communications Manager 

East Durham Creates' VoiceOver project in Horden. Photo: Richard Kenworthy

Unlocking the potential of peer learning


Sara Robinson, our National Peer Learning Coordinator gives us the low down on peer learning and why it's so important to Creative People and Places.

Portrait - an exhibition in Mansfield Market Place by photographers David Severn and Kajal Nisha Patel