11th March 2009
The second year of Hear Here!, a project that promotes live classical music, has opened with three months of events exploring how we describe the music we listen to.
27th February 2009
The deadline for first-stage applications to 'Learning Away', a special initiative that seeks to find new models of learning through residential experiences for UK schools, has passed.
24th February 2009
Pallant House Gallery has launched a new website to promote its 'Outside In' 2009 exhibition.
20th February 2009
Emily Howard, a recipient of the 2008 Paul Hamlyn Foundation Awards for Composers, was interviewed on Radio 4's 'Woman's Hour' on Friday 20 February.
17th February 2009
A shortlist of organisations applying to run 'Right Here' pilot sites has been announced by PHF and the Mental Health Foundation.
11th February 2009
The Tate Triennial, which opened at Tate Britain earlier this month, features five current and previous recipients of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Awards for Artists.
9th February 2009
The first meeting of the Foundation's India Programme Committee took place in Delhi on 7 February.
4th February 2009
A report published by Ofsted today has concluded that music teaching is inadequate in half of UK schools, despite the positive impact good music education has been found to have on the wider curriculum.
2nd February 2009
A seminar opens today in Delhi exploring India's rapid economic development and its impact at a local and international level.
29th January 2009
This month workshops were held for applicants to the new Education and Learning special initiative, 'Learning Futures'.