National Touring Exhibitions

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National Touring Exhibitions is a programme managed and funded by the Arts Council England that it aims to provide access to high-quality contemporary and historical travelling exhibitions throughout the UK. The programme organises 2-3 major art exhibitions a year and has a further dozen that require minimal technical support. It is also responsible for the British Art Show.

It is a direct descendant of the original Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts (CEMA) programme.