Local Partners

Dudley Network

Welcome to our Directory of Connections.

The arts brings communities together… the arts and cultural sector make excellent partners in the delivery of a wide range of services, from health and wellbeing to education.

 

We want to share inspiring examples of organisations who truly believe in the importance of the Arts and Culture. Organisations who have pledged to support ’25 by 25′.

 

Do you know of any other organisations?

  • Arts Connect work with a variety of partners including arts, education, culture and local government in the West Midlands to ensure that all children and young people can benefit from engagement in high quality arts and cultural education .
  • Black Country Touring… we bring the best theatre, dance and cinema to the heart of communities in the Black Country and tell local stories by creating original productions.
  • Black Country Living Museum… an immersive experience from start to finish, BCLM is an award winning open air museum that tells the story of one of the very first industrialised landscapes in Britain.
  • Dudley Canal and Tunnel Trust … everyone deserves to experience Dudley Tunnel and all its stories.
  • Dudley Museums Service…two very different venues; the Red House Glass Cone, Wordsley and Dudley Museum at the Archives
  • Dudley College of Technology… “outstanding technical and professional learning which raises aspirations, develops skills and changes lives.”
  • Dudley Performing Arts… encourages people of all ages and abilities to participate in community music and arts activities.
  • Dudley Libraries and Archives… there are 13 library locations across the borough as well as the Archives, Home, School and Community Information Service.
  • Dudley Youth Service… builds positive relationships with young people aged 11 to 19 (up to 25 for young people with a disability) to help develop their personal and social skills.
  • Dudley Zoo… home to hundreds of exotic and endangered animals that inhabit an ancient wooded hillside, with a rich geological heritage, around the ruins of the 11th century Dudley Castle.

The entries posted here have been provided by members of ‘Dudley Cultural Education Partnerships’. They are posted for reference only.