Ros Robins Regional director, Arts Council England, West Midlands
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ACEWM stands for Arts Council England, West Midlands (UK)
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The Stoke-based company, which employs 20 people, was commissioned by print sponsors Jessops to produce and supply 112,896 digitally printed images and 288 8ft x 4ft vinyl panels for the project run by Arts Council England, West Midlands.
She is artistic director and chief executive of Mac (Midlands Arts Centre) in Birmingham and chair of Arts Council England, West Midlands, a member of the Arts Council National Council, a member of the Arts Council's Drama panel and a board member and former chair of the New Victoria Theatre, North Staffordshire.
Sally Luton, of Arts Council England, West Midlands.
Pupils from winning schools have been invited to attend the celebration, hosted by Arts Council England, West Midlands.
Arts Council England, West Midlands has never questioned the calibre of Birmingham Opera Company's artistic output, in fact we consistently acknowledged the quality of its work throughout the funding review process.
The Big Picture was organised by Birmingham-based Audiences Central for Arts Council England, West Midlands.
Sally Luton, executive director of Arts Council England, West Midlands said: 'These awards will enable the delivery of a wide range of high quality arts activity across the West Midlands, bringing enjoyment and appreciation of the arts to a wider audience.