2029: Building Edmonton's Community Plan for Arts and Heritage
With The Art of Living reaching its end, the EAC, EHC and Arts Habitat Edmonton, on behalf of the City of Edmonton, are preparing Edmonton's next comprehensive 10-year Arts and Heritage Plan. Since implementation of The Art of Living, Edmonton's creative communities have grown and advanced to become a model of cooperation and resilience. This new plan will leverage the work of The Art of Living, and will guide and strengthen the City's planning, investment, and ongoing development of the arts and heritage sectors.

The new 10-year Arts & Heritage Plan will be unique to Edmonton, and will provide strong recommendations that will infuse the arts into every aspect of the civic landscape.

In order to ensure a comprehensive and community focused plan, we are asking interested Edmontonians to complete this brief survey so that we can understand what people value most about the arts and heritage communities.

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We want to hear from Edmontonians about their vision for what arts and heritage in our city could become. Looking forward to 2029, what possibilities do you see for arts and heritage in Edmonton in the next 10 years?
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As we move into the future, we would like to build a more inclusive arts and heritage community. We would like to know: What could or should Edmonton be doing differently so that we can create space for new people and new ideas in the arts and heritage sectors?
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Existing arts and heritage organizations have done a lot to build the community in our city over the past five decades. However, as we move into the future, they may need to adapt and change. How can we maintain the value and relevance of the existing arts and heritage organizations in our community?
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When citizens have opportunities to participate in the arts and cultural life of their communities, there is often a higher level of community health, more engaged youth, improved public safety and increased innovation which leads to creative growth. What do you think Edmonton should look like in the next 10 years in order for Edmontonians to feel connected to and proud of their arts and heritage scene?
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Research strongly indicates that cities with an active and dynamic cultural scene are more attractive to individuals and business. How can we ensure stable and sustainable funding for arts and heritage organizations? And how can we ensure a living wage for artists and heritage practitioners?
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