Mass Culture Digital Gathering #1: Cultural Planning - Shared screen with speaker view
Sanjay is the ED of the Edmonton Arts Council
has it come back?
Is your plan accessible online Sanjay?
Collective responsibility is the 3rd principal
Can you hear him now?
If attendees exit fullscreen, the chat panel should be visible on the right of the screen; it otherwise seems hidden by default.
Yes, you'll have to select panelists and attendees for all to see. Thanks all for chiming in with your recommendations :-)
You can click on the little down arrow in the chat box and choose ‘Pop out’ and have the chat floating while you have the full screen option open.
Hi BC Arts Alliance! I think the Edmonton plan can be found here: http://bit.ly/ConnectionsAndExchangesEAC
Hey Sudbury! We'll put your question to the panel in a sec!
I think that ASC!'s work with the city of Vancouver would be a great future webinar!
Based on Sanjay’s comments, flexibility in planning is essential?
A few years ago, we created a cutlural plan for Vancouver's West End using a community -engaged arts process over six months with some 300 participants who live in that area. The arts, themselves, can be used to create policy!
That's a great example Judith. Is there any documentation of that online that people could access?
Yes! On our website - icasc.ca - West End Cultural Plan.
YEs, I'd love too know more about that too, Judith!
What other advocacy roles can you play in your community that will not be seen as adversarial to your local gov’t?
Looking for concrete examples or insights around integration of built heritage, natural heritage, heritage planning into municipal cultural plans - so arts, the full spectrum of heritage and culture
To clarify - one very effective methodology for "community consultation" is the use of arts-based facilitation and processes.
Are the cities’ culture plans addressing cultural infrastructure? I.e capital investment for creative spaces, affordable housing for artists. Supplementary: property tax on creative spaces - special considerations / advocacy initiatives?
One of the best ways to advance arts integration into policy creation/delivery across departments is for planners to experience this work themselves. e.g. am providing an "ASC101" presentation and a hands-on workshop for some 50 officials at Canadian Heritage in 2 weeks.
The protection, enhancement and creation of creative space - spanning arts, heritage and creative industries - is one of four areas of focus for our recent divisional plan in Toronto (2018-22).
Is there a publicly accessible website that outlines or shares data from the resilience planning that was spoken to?
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From Warren Garrett - Are the cities’ culture plans addressing cultural infrastructure? I.e capital investment for creative spaces, affordable housing for artists. Supplementary: property tax on creative spaces - special considerations / advocacy initiatives?I'm going to be sharing a link to a quick survey for feedback via the chatbox. Can you please direct folks to fill it out?
Here's the link to the survey:https://goo.gl/forms/uUhQpXFqMS0Y66OD2
(sorry - toggling from a few screens and cut and past the wrong info!)
Thanks, Bridget and Gentlemen!
The City of Calgary had invested 5% of their provincial capital funding to support cultural infrastructure over the past 10 years. This allowed the City to invest directly along with Provincial and Federal funds in the development of culture and has resulted in a major build0out of Calgary's cultural infrastructure.
www.otf.ca/knowledge to continue the conversation
Thank you all!
And again...the survey is https://goo.gl/forms/uUhQpXFqMS0Y66OD2
Well done, everyone!
Thanks so much, everyone!