The world’s widest-reaching LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) digital campaign returns for a fourth edition from 21 March - 1 April 2018.
UK performing arts delegation scoping trip in Japan organised by the British Council (February 2018)
David Shrigley's international touring exhibition 'Lose Your Mind' will be on show at the Contemporary Art Gallery, Art Tower Mito in Japan from Saturday 14 October 2017 to Sunday 21 January 2018.
Join international festival managers for expert training from Edinburgh's 11 leading festivals
Scottish Visual Arts Delegation visit to Japan organised by British Council and Creative Scotland (October 2017)
The single biggest opportunity for UK theatre companies to introduce their work to international promoters.
Scottish Performing Arts Delegation visit to Japan organised by British Council and Creative Scotland (February 2017)
‘Private Utopia: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection’ will tour Tokyo, Itami, Kochi and Okayama in 2014/15.
The Selector is the British Council's international radio showcase for the best new music from the UK.
An archive of over 120 short documentary films made by the British Council during the 1940s is now available online.
To commemorate the birthday of Shakespeare, on 23rd April 2012, over 130 school students were invited to a unique opportunity to see Shakespeare's First Folio.
Musicity is a music platform from the UK that links music and place to create a completely new city experience. The British Council launched the Musicity Tokyo in March 2012.
Imagining the role of cultural leadership for the future
Featuring 16 designers from Japan and the UK, the design exhibition, ‘Mark-ing’, aims to examine the sources of inspiration for each designers and look at the cultural and social ties bet
Subtlemob ‘As if it were the last time”’ is a project produced by the international artists’ collective, ‘circumstance’. The project celebrates the home, belonging and loss.
The British Council organised the Digital Creative Conference in Feb 2011, bringing together artists, curators and creative thinkers from Japan and the UK to facilitate a conversation on