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Cultural Investment Programme

Bristol City Council this week announced recommendations for its Cultural Investment Programme from 2018-2022.

You can find their funding recommendations online here (pages 303 onwards).

We would like to take this opportunity to confirm that Arnolfini did not apply for funding in this round.

Arnolfini believes passionately in the fundamental role that arts and culture play in our home city - both to drive inclusive growth through the visitor economy but also as a means to unlock opportunity, to bridge connections and to inspire change.

In the context of increased pressure on local authority investment in public services, it is now more important than ever that we and our colleagues across the city continue to work together and pool our resources and knowledge, to realise the significant potential of collaboration across the city.

Arnolfini will be undergoing significant transformation over the coming year, with our new vision underpinned by collaborative ways of working and a commitment to growing Arnolfini’s civic role as Bristol's international centre of contemporary arts.

More details to follow soon...

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