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A shared vision for arts and culture to be central to the city's future

Did you know that the Cambridge Arts Network has over 1000 members, representing creative industries, cultural organisations, artists, producers and many more?

At their November 2013 conference delegates identified a clear long term strategic vision for culture in the city as the foremost priority.

A newly formed group of Cambridge Arts and Cultural Leaders came together to draft ‘Inspiring Cambridge’.

Following consultation over the summer, the revised version of this document was issued at the Cambridge Arts Network conference on 10 December 2014.

Who are the Cambridge Arts and Cultural Leaders Group?

The Cambridge Arts and Cultural Leaders are a group of organisations working together to embed the arts and culture in the development of the city, for the benefit Cambridge residents, workers and visitors.
Find out more about the Group.

Members of Cambridge Arts and Cultural Leaders Group

The Cambridge Arts and Cultural Leaders comprises directors from (listed alphabetically):
Academy of Ancient Music
Anglia Ruskin University
Britten Sinfonia
Cambridge Arts Theatre
Cambridge City Council
Cambridge Folk Festival
Cambridge Junction
Cambridge Literary Festival
Cambridge Live
Cambridge Music Festival
Cambridgeshire County Council
Fitzwilliam Museum
Kettle’s Yard
Museum of Cambridge
University of Cambridge Museums
University of Cambridge Public Engagement Team
Wysing Arts Centre

Contact information
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