Invitation to Tender: Exeter's Arts & Culture Strategy, Exeter Culture (University of Exeter)

Invitation to Tender: Exeter's Arts & Culture Strategy, Exeter Culture (University of Exeter)

Monday, 9 July 2018, 5.00pm

Exeter Culture has secured funding to oversee the commissioning and delivery of the first distinctive place-based Arts and Cultural

Description
Exeter Culture is entering a new and exciting phase. It has secured funding to oversee the commissioning and delivery of the first distinctive place-based Arts and Cultural Strategy for Exeter. Exeter Culture was previously called Exeter Cultural Partnership. Under its new Director, Lara Goodband, new Chair Nikki Sved and newly recruited Steering Group, its current website http://www.exeterculturalpartnership.org.uk/ is in the process of being redesigned with the new name, Exeter Culture.

The new Cultural Strategy will improve the resilience and develop the ambition of Exeter’s arts and cultural sector by creating new connections to other sectors and key themes that define the city’s future. For the first time, a transformational collaboration between the stakeholders University of Exeter, Exeter City Council, Business Improvement District and Exeter College supports these artistic and cultural ambitions, ensuring they are integrated within the city’s broader strategic planning (such as the 2040 Exeter Vision). Cultural advocacy will be jointly owned and shared by the sector. Key stakeholders will maximise artistic and cultural impacts whilst supporting, championing and adding benefit to Exeter’s Arts Council National Portfolio Organisations and other cultural organisations. Exeter Culture and its stakeholders are ambitious to attract and retain creative talent, leading to a rich and growing creative ecosystem that embeds arts and culture in all aspects of life and is resolutely international and diverse in outlook.

For a full brief contact:
Lara Goodband, Exeter Culture Director,
Email: l.m.l.goodband [at] exeter.ac.uk; Telephone: 01392 724225

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Published on 21 June 2018

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