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The Case for Culture North East
The Case for Culture North East

REFRESHING THE CASE FOR CULTURE 2022

The Case for Culture developed by the North East Culture Partnership sets out a framework for the development and growth of the region’s arts and heritage sectors from 2015 to 2030. In 2022, the Case for Culture will be refreshed through consultation with the region's heritage and arts organisations, practitioners and stakeholders.

C4C has been developed by the North East Culture Partnership; which is backed by the private sector, the region’s five universities, the further education sector and by all twelve local authorities who play a vital role in supporting the development of arts and heritage.

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The Case for Culture (C4C) is a positive statement of ambition for the North East of England’s arts and heritage sectors.

North East Devolution at the Annual Forum

The Annual Forum 2024 took place in County Durham and featured a day of talks interactive sessions and Q&As to understand and explore devolution and the potential impact of the North East Mayoral Combined Authority on arts, heritage and culture.

Latest Reports

The North East Culture Partnership regularly provides updates for its partners and produces its own publications and reports. In this section, you can keep up-to-date with the latest publications, press releases and reports from the Partnership on how the region is delivering Case for Culture.

 

 

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