This Westminster Media Forum policy conference in central London will focus on the impact and implementation of the strategy’s key elements:
- developing the creativity of individuals and communities across England;
- encouraging collaboration and innovation in the creative and cultural sector; and
- an investment strategy that targets ambition, the pursuit of quality, and the ability to successfully adapt to change, as well as diversity and environmental responsibility.
This event may be of interest to adult educators in the creative and cultural sector. You can book your place for this event on the Westminster Forum Projects website.
Chair: Baroness Bonham-Carter of Yarnbury, Liberal Democrat Lords Spokesperson for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
- Michelle Dickson, Director, Strategy, Arts Council England and Emma Squire, Director, Arts, Heritage and Tourism, DCMS
- Lucy Crompton-Reid, Chief Executive, Wikimedia UK
- Sarah Ellis, Director of Digital Development, Royal Shakespeare Company
- Adam Joolia, Chief Executive Officer, AudioActive and Freya Murray, Creative Lead, Google Arts and Culture Lab
As the UK looks to reposition itself within Europe and the wider world, further sessions will look at the role of policy in maximising opportunities for England’s arts and culture internationally.