Pauline Tambling CBE
Organisation: Creative & Cultural Skills
Pauline previously worked at Arts Council England in five senior roles (1998 – 2007) including Director of Education and Training and Research and Development. She set up and ran the Royal Opera’s Education Programme (1983 to 1997) following seven years in teaching.
Pauline is currently a Trustee of the Roundhouse. Previous non-executive roles include Chair of Shape Arts, trustee of Drama UK, High House Production Park, Shakespeare Schools Festival and the Clore Leadership Programme. She was also Founder Chair of the da Vinci School for Creative Enterprise in Letchworth and a Governor of the University for the Creative Arts. .
Pauline was awarded a CBE in the 2014 Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to education and training in the cultural sector. In 2015 she was named Campaigner of the Year in Music Weekly’s Women in Music Awards.
To support the Building a Creative Nation campaign, Pauline Tambling CBE has:
Employed an apprentice
Hosted a careers event
Joined the Building a Creative Nation campaign
Provided career advice
Signed the Fair Access Principle
- What are you getting wrong with entry-level recruitment?
- Creative Skills Europe – what we have learned?
- Apply for the National College for the Creative and Cultural Industries
- Launching our publication on apprenticeships
- What the Apprenticeship Levy means for you
- 9 trends in creative employment
- Putting skills to work
- Creative jobs: what does the evidence tell us?
- Freelancing and the future of creative jobs
- #5 Opened The Backstage Centre: our state-of-the-art rehearsal and training space
- After the Warwick Report: engaging arts with education
- Arts Council England makes the Creative Case for Diversity
- Welcome to the Creative Industries Federation
- Should education promote science or the arts?
- New funding for the creative sector