Draft 5-year Strategic Framework for Developing the Arts 2019-2024
Public consultation is now open!
Closes 4pm, Friday 22nd March 2019
Publication: Draft Strategic Framework for the Development of the Arts, 2019-2024. Read it here
Have your say
There are a number of ways in which you can respond to the public consultation:
- Complete our short online survey: Complete it here
- Send us your views by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Write to us at: Five-year Strategy Response, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, 1 The Sidings, Antrim Road, Lisburn BT28 3AJ
- Attend one of three public consultation workshops taking place in February.
Belfast: Monday 11th February 2019, 2pm – 4pm.
The Duncairn, Duncairn Avenue, Belfast.
Derry/Londonderry: Wednesday 13th February 2019, 10am – 12pm
The Playhouse, Artillery Street, Derry City.
Armagh: Thursday 14th February 2019, 10am – 12pm
The Market Place Theatre and Arts Centre, Market Street, Armagh City.
If you wish to attend one of the consultation workshops, RSVP to Shirley Hanna, email: S.Hanna@artscouncil-ni.org or phone: 028 9262 3521. Please indicate which workshop you will be attending.
You can also contribute to the debate by joining our online Facebook discussion.
The Arts Council has developed its draft Strategic Framework for the Arts 2019-2024 in consultation with the arts sector and key stakeholders, as well as our partners in local and central government, and the wider public sector. The strategy will establish the key priorities and actions that the Arts Council will pursue over the next five-year period.
We are now pleased to put the draft Strategic Framework out to full public consultation.
- Public consultation opened: Thursday 20th December 2018
- Public consultation closes: 4pm, Friday 22nd March 2019
- Publication of the completed strategy is scheduled for April 2019
Equality of Opportunity & Good Relations
The Arts Council is committed to equality of opportunity and good relations in all of our work. We want to make a clear commitment to addressing key inequalities, particularly those experienced by Section 75 groups, through this strategy and its associated performance measurement framework.
Although there are no clear detrimental impacts of the policy on Section 75 groups, we have decided to undertake a full Equality Impact Assessment (EQIA) on the strategy.
Responses are invited to the draft Strategic Framework, from an arts and or equality perspective, via our online survey or directly to the Strategic Development Team.
Development schedule for the draft Strategic Framework
We are now at Stage 3 of the schedule: public consultation.
Phase 1 – Determine Position (June to September 2018)
- Summary of achievements 2013-2018 (PDF)
- Strategy Themes 2019-2024 (PDF)
- Strategy Presentation 2019-2024 (PDF)