With the Mayor of London making culture and creative industries a key priority in the Mayor’s Draft London Plan, this seminar considered next steps for policy and the sector in supporting growth and promoting the Capital’s position as a global centre.
Delegates discussed priorities for improving participation, access and inclusion in arts and culture across London, including issues around funding, engagement and skills, and considered the civic responsibility of cultural organisations.
They also examined the recommendations of the Regeneration Committee’s Creative tensions report on optimising the benefits of culture through regeneration, and considered priorities for supporting and developing London’s Cultural Infrastructure - including for establishing Creative Enterprise Zones and investing in new centres of creative production.
Further sessions looked at what more can be done to underpin sector resilience - such as diversifying revenue streams, developing creative and commercial partnerships and asset management -[short dash] and examined challenges for maintaining London’s international competitiveness, driving cultural tourism, and the sector’s future role in the wider social and economic growth of the Capital.
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