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Five key strategic directions underpin the Cultural Strategy for the City of Launceston over the next decade. The strategy is designed to lay out a path forward for Launceston to maximise its unique cultural opportunities, and to identify what strengths and weaknesses we have in this space. It is extremely important that Launceston has a cultural strategy in place.
As part of ongoing partnership working Creative Scotland asked The Audience Agency to design, analyse and report on a survey intended to inform on audience behaviours during, and beyond, the Covid-19 pandemic. This was intended to assess the status around the interruptions to programme, the implications around that, and the propensity for audiences to return/begin attending again, various artforms and venues across Scotland. The results are intended to create a picture, and ‘take the temperature’, of regular attendees across via a selected group of organisations, producing companies and venues.
This year’s Annual Report theme Navigating the New is apt in many ways. It reflects the inflexion point we are at, and how all of us are trying to make sense of a globalised world confronted with so many unprecedented features – the acceleration of technology, the complexities of social media, and the traditional model of economics now upended. This has all happened within the space of just a few months in the wake of a global pandemic that continues to wreak turbulence at point of writing.
We are grateful to the ESRI and to Dr. Emer Smyth for her work on this report, which provides us with useful insights into the arts and culture in the lives of 17-year-olds. In the time since this research and analysis were carried out, the world has been grappling with a global pandemic, the impact of which continues to unfold. As we plan for young people’s engagement with the arts, the challenges we have all faced this year remind us that young people’s experiences and opportunities matter at all stages in their lives, as well as potentially impacting on later patterns, experiences and opportunities.
Festivals are key producers and presenters of the arts in Ireland and are essential for engaging large and diverse audiences. The Arts Council acknowledges the rich variety of artform practice areas presented by festivals and their critical role in broadening public access to the arts.
The COVID-19 pandemic is still seriously affecting cultural institutions around the world. While some museums have reopened with major limitations, others institutions are still facing the consequences of the health crisis behind closed doors.