Liverpool’s Draft Cultural Strategy sets out the role of culture in the recovery of the city. It proposes a plan for ambitious events and activities which will catalyse the reopening of the city to visitors and business. In doing so, it looks back at the strengths which Culture Liverpool and the local cultural sector have developed over more than a decade and considers how more of that knowledge, capability and capacity can be transferred to the cultural and creative supply chain of the city. How can public, private and social investment help build cultural and community assets? How can Liverpool lead the way in developing a new mixed economy model that is both more creatively ambitious and outward looking, and more resilient to external shocks, whilst opening up opportunities for other kinds of funding and investment.
We are asking for your opinion on the final draft of the Liverpool Cultural Strategy, 2020-2030. This has been developed in consultation with the Liverpool Cultural Sector and Stakeholders across the Liverpool City Region.
Draft Liverpool Cultural Strategy
You can read the Draft Strategy here:
Feedback on the Draft Liverpool Cultural Strategy closed at 5pm on Friday 5 September. Many thanks to all those who submitted a response.
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