Nottingham - International acclaim for the quality and diversity of locally-produced artistic work

Tuesday 31 October 2017

By 2027, the city aims to make “culturally-inspired lifelong learning” available for every person in Nottingham, and establish cultural programmes, research and partnerships that enhance health and wellbeing. The vision, set to be adopted by the Council’s Executive Board today, also aims to achieve national and international acclaim for the quality and diversity of locally-produced artistic work. “Culture will unlock potential in our city. The next ten years will continue to see a transition that takes the city from its industrial, manufacturing past, paving the way to re-imagine the city for generations to come,” the document’s foreword reads.

“Exploring a bid to be the European Capital of Culture in 2023 will be one of the options that formalises our action plan, in order to deliver our ambitions and objectives.”  https://www.artsprofessional.co.uk/news/nottingham-unveils-roadmap-reimagine-city-culture