Cultural Strategy: Using Innovative Ideologies to Build Breakthrough Brands
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Each village and town in Dorset have features of local distinctiveness which help shape local identity such as food and drink, heritage and the built environment and land/seascapes. By 2023 we also aspire to have achieved the designation of UNESCO City of Music for Belfast, to have embedded a new approach to festival and events in the city, and to be well on our way towards opening our new cultural attraction in the city centre. The priorities of this strategy, including a visioning tourism narrative for the city, will facilitate the creativity, capacity building and energy that is required in the lead up to this celebration and beyond. It is hoped the impact of the year will be a change that is felt at a personal level and borne out in the collective action of the city. At home in 2023
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This new strategy will play a key part in the recovery of our sector. It will not only inform how Dorset Council will support the sector in the future, but it will set out a united direction forculture in our county for other stakeholders, funders, cross sector partners, Parish and Town Councils, organisations and individuals. Further detail on the City Compact Model will be included in the implementation plans. Chapter 8: A city investingDiversity is one of Coventry's strengths and resources and Coventry is a national centre of excellence for diversity in the arts and creative industries. Goal 4: Health and Wellbeing A convening power that brings together cultural partners in the City with other stakeholders to achieve personal, social and economic impact – being greater than the sum of our parts.
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Protecting, promoting and using cultural heritage in all its dimensions, both tangible and intangible including the plurality of the city’s cultural narratives. Activate Performing Arts have worked internationally for 14 years and from 2021 onwards they are expanding their successful European partnership - LAND (LandStewards and Artists) https://www.landartists.eu/ with the original partners: Oerol (NL) and Le Citron Jaune (Fr) along with two new members: Bodo, Norway EU Capital of Culture 2024 and Zilinia in Slovakia bidding for EU Capital of Culture in 2026. This Cultural Strategy was developed in the middle of the COVID pandemic which has severely affected the financial health of the culture sector across the UK.The creative potential of our young people is being nurtured by our Children’s Services and City Lions officers through a range of school partnerships, industry events and cultural enrichment activities. We already offer a range of arts and wellbeing initiatives, but our new Strategy looks at whether we can do more with others on this front. It is the relationship between an individual’s sense of belonging and a sense of place that we create a collective experience of Belfast as our home. Chapter 4: A city creating New approaches Artistic Director of Gobbledegook Lorna Rees has toured internationally with Ear Trumpet, and Stuff and Nonsense , led by Artistic Director Niki McCretton, work with children, families, artists and theatres from across the globe.
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support inclusive growth by driving talent and skills development within the local workforce as well as indicators of economic spend The Dorset Local Industrial Strategy identifies the creative and digital sectors as key agents of growth into the future as we seek to balance the challenges of an aging population with the need to create good jobs for the 21st Century and have the skills in place to deliver those jobs. Realising Belfast’s ambition to become a culturally vibrant city requires public investment in our creative and cultural lives. This investment should recognise the intrinsic value of culture in our city. The Belfast Agenda also recognises culture and creativity as essential to delivering better health and well-being for our citizens as well as providing a platform for access and inclusive growth. Cultural projects can and should present compelling investment propositions to a wide range of public and private investors.We’re a great city that welcomes you with open arms - and we’re ready to tell our stories to the world. For visitors there’s the unforgettable experience of being in a city in transition - an edgy city that’s on the move. Colourful, complicated, messy … and magnificent. Because Belfast is a city that’s rich in so many ways. Richly storied: an early coastal settlement named Béal Feirste, enfolded by hills, rivers and loughs, this is a place with a long and complex history, a tapestry of narratives, and now a new story in the making.