Draft Arts and Culture Strategy 2022 - 2026

Closeddate_range14 Apr, 2022, 9:00am - 5 May, 2022, 11:59pm

Draft Arts and Culture Strategy 2022 - 2026

 

Cork City Council invites submissions in response to this Draft Arts and Culture Strategy 2022 – 2026.

The strategy sets out our vision for arts and culture in the city and where we will focus our efforts over the next five years to achieve our shared ambitions. After the difficulties of the last two years as we lived and worked through a global health crisis, and notwithstanding ongoing challenges, the development of this new strategy is optimistic and affirmative. It is a mark of confidence in the future.

The choices we have made to advance arts and culture in Cork have been informed by a robust programme of research and consultation, details of which are appended. The programme of consultation now enters its final stage as we present this draft of the Arts and Culture Strategy for public review and consideration.

To view the Draft Arts and Culture Strategy continue to the end of this page or alternatively select the below button to download a PDF copy.

DRAFT ARTS AND CULTURE STRATEGY 2022 - 2026

The consultation will remain open for a period of three weeks, from Thursday 14th April to Thursday 5th May.

We look forward to your views.

 

forumHave your say

Submissions or observations are invited from all and can be made by the following means:

• Using this on-line submission portal 

• By posting your submission to
Arts and Events Section, Community, Culture & Placemaking Directorate, Cork City Council, City Hall, Anglesea Street, Cork City, T12 T997

 

 

 

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Submissions

10 submissions have raised observations relating to this consultation.

Themes

Arts & Culture