September, 2020

30sep10:00 amIs Glenorchy a City of the Arts?A new Arts and Cultural Strategy will carry the city into a creative future. We need your input.10:00 am Event Type :Other


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Glenorchy City Council, through Inkhorn Projects, is developing a new Arts and Cultural Strategy to carry the city into a creative future.

We need your input!

The City of Glenorchy has a proud history of engagement in the arts, be it concerts at Tolosa Park, dance classes and eisteddfods at the DEC, The Works festivals and Moonah Taste of the World, the 100 year old Glenorchy City Concert Brass band or more recently the arrival of MAC and MONA.

While in 2015 the community identified arts and culture as a priority, this project will be the first revisiting of the City’s arts and cultural priorities for almost two decades.

As part of this process we are inviting you to have your say.

This questionnaire is a valuable and important part of Inkhorn’s consultation strategy to help frame the future vision for the City of Glenorchy.

The consulting team for this project is Tony Bonney, Jo Duffy and Simon Spain.

The survey takes 10 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous.

Go to the survey>>

Image: Saltwater Sisters performing at Moonah Taste of the World Festival in 2019 — a project developed in collaboration with Glenorchy City Council’s Arts and Culture team.


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