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Arts and Culture Strategy

Randwick City has a unique cultural identity. Our mix of iconic locations, history and heritage offer an opportunity to celebrate arts and culture in different ways.

The Arts and Culture Strategy is Council’s plan to support and grow the diversity of arts and cultural activities within Randwick City.

This strategy is a 10-year plan to help deliver Council’s longer term vision contained in our City Plan (Community Strategic Plan) through specific objectives and strategic approaches. The specific approaches will be delivered as part of Council’s delivery program and annual operational plans and budgets.

Overall, our objectives are to establish a strong cultural identity for Randwick City, increase the number of places people can participate in art and culture, and increase attendance at Council arts and cultural programmes.

Specifically, we have set ourselves more than 20 strategic approaches to achieve our objectives. Some of these approaches include:

  • Increasing the number of programs and activities with a focus on First Nations content, outdoor performances and festival programming.
  • Updating and implementing the Public Art Program.
  • Creating a Cultural Arts Precinct around the Randwick Junction Town Centre.
  • Identifying new venues and open space areas for people to participate in the creative arts.
  • Increasing use of Council venues for the creative arts.
  • Expanding and distributing Council events across all suburbs, including smaller local events.

Read the strategy

Join our webinar

WANT TO KNOW MORE?

Register here for our webinar on Monday 21 June, 6.30pm to 7.30pm.
Council's Arts and Culture team will be online, chatting about the strategy and answering your questions.


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SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON THE STRATEGY


HOW WAS THE STRATEGY DEVELOPED?

In 2019, Council conducted a community consultation as part of a study into arts and culture in Randwick City. The consultation sought to find out what arts and culture in Randwick City means to our community, and helped develop the Arts and Culture Study. You can read more about the community consultation here and the Arts and Culture Study here.


CONSULTATION PERIOD: 1 TO 28 JUNE 2021.

Arts and Culture Strategy

Randwick City has a unique cultural identity. Our mix of iconic locations, history and heritage offer an opportunity to celebrate arts and culture in different ways.

The Arts and Culture Strategy is Council’s plan to support and grow the diversity of arts and cultural activities within Randwick City.

This strategy is a 10-year plan to help deliver Council’s longer term vision contained in our City Plan (Community Strategic Plan) through specific objectives and strategic approaches. The specific approaches will be delivered as part of Council’s delivery program and annual operational plans and budgets.

Overall, our objectives are to establish a strong cultural identity for Randwick City, increase the number of places people can participate in art and culture, and increase attendance at Council arts and cultural programmes.

Specifically, we have set ourselves more than 20 strategic approaches to achieve our objectives. Some of these approaches include:

  • Increasing the number of programs and activities with a focus on First Nations content, outdoor performances and festival programming.
  • Updating and implementing the Public Art Program.
  • Creating a Cultural Arts Precinct around the Randwick Junction Town Centre.
  • Identifying new venues and open space areas for people to participate in the creative arts.
  • Increasing use of Council venues for the creative arts.
  • Expanding and distributing Council events across all suburbs, including smaller local events.

Read the strategy

Join our webinar

WANT TO KNOW MORE?

Register here for our webinar on Monday 21 June, 6.30pm to 7.30pm.
Council's Arts and Culture team will be online, chatting about the strategy and answering your questions.


Make a submission
SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON THE STRATEGY


HOW WAS THE STRATEGY DEVELOPED?

In 2019, Council conducted a community consultation as part of a study into arts and culture in Randwick City. The consultation sought to find out what arts and culture in Randwick City means to our community, and helped develop the Arts and Culture Study. You can read more about the community consultation here and the Arts and Culture Study here.


CONSULTATION PERIOD: 1 TO 28 JUNE 2021.

  • Council welcomes submissions on the Arts and Culture Strategy. All submissions will be considered before finalising the strategy.

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    Your privacy: We will not make public your personal details, but we may use excerpts of your comments and feedback (without identifying details) as part of our community consultation analysis.

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