Glasgow’s Culture Strategy

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We will be publishing an update about Glasgow’s Culture Strategy 2024–2030 soon.


Glasgow Life is working with partners in the city to develop Glasgow’s Culture Strategy 2024–2030, with an initial draft available for review now.

We have created a short online survey to gather feedback from the cultural sector, and people who live, work, study in and visit Glasgow, on the strategy’s emerging themes and priorities. We'd love to hear from you.

The responses we receive will be used to help make sure that Glasgow can continue to share its distinctive culture with the world and welcome everyone to share theirs with the city. The strategy has been created to support the future of the city’s cultural sector and prioritises Glasgow’s cultural profile, increasing and widening participation in cultural activities, creative skills, and sustainability.

Your feedback on this will help make sure culture and creativity continue to be valued and invested in. 

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Images, top to bottom
Freestylers - Everybody With Me, Always; Dance International Glasgow, 2021 (Photo Still Motion)
Artists in Communities workshop at Kirkriggs School, 2023 (Photo SNS)
Nick Cave - Until, installation at Tramway, 2019 (Photo SNS)