Transform in Numbers

The main objective of Transform since its inception is for the impact of the programme to remain in the long run, through sustainable projects and committed partnerships which started in 2012. Four years later, several of these joint efforts are clearly yielding expressive outcomes. Here are just some of them, which represent much more than just numbers, but relationships built with people and organisations that truly see each other through the arts (Click on the numbers to find out more)

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Artistic residencies with Brazilian and Scottish musicians

20k

people watched restored films by Hitchcock at Copacabana beach during Festival Rio 2012 - Foco UK.

455,000

people visited the exhibit "Lucian Freud: Faces and Bodies" at MASP in São Paulo in 2013

6,500

students benefited from our projects and partnerships in the music sector

43%

of entrepreneurs who received our training are already selling their products and services

20,000

people came to see "Observers, Photographers of the British Scene from 1930 to Today" at SESI in São Paulo in 2012

750

professional musicians participated in three editions of the International Multiorchestra Conference since 2014

300,000

people visited the exhibit "These Associations" by Tino Sehgal at CCBB in Rio and Pinacoteca in São Paulo in 2014

+9k

people showed up to the first edition of FLUPP in RJ in 2012

1o

Núcleo de Dramaturgia SESI - British Council was the winner of the prestigious drama Shell Awards in the Innovation category in 2016.

106,000

visited the exhibit "A Paisagem na Arte: 1690 – 1998: British Artists from Tate Collection" at Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo in 2015

21

Brazilian playwrights commissioned since 2007

1800

people took part of our events during FLIP literary festival in 2013

500

young professionals signed up for the 20 spots of the Backstage to the Future workshop in 2016

20

translated to Portuguese from the London National Theatre portfolio

416,000

visited the exhibit "Antony Gormley: Still Being at CCBB" in São Paulo in 2012

4,5million Sterling Pounds invested by UK sources since 2012

1,5million
of Reais invested by Brazilian sources since 2012

1,5million
people took part on Transform activities in Brazil and the UK

20k
producers, artists and managers participated  in our workshops and trainings

199
organisations connected during the programme, 114 British, 85 Brazilian

28
cities (in 9 states) of Brazil and UK joined the programme since 2012

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