A citizen's assembly on the role of arts and culture - the first of its kind anywhere in the world - has begun.
A new website launched on Thursday (October 14) for residents of Coventry to share their views on how arts and culture can shape the city's future.
The ideas given online will be debated by 50 paid participants, who have been randomly selected from a representative sample of the population.
That group's recommendations will help form Coventry's long term cultural planning and a series of creative projects in 2022.
“This poll is a way of getting a sense of how the wider city feels about the issues the assembly is debating, and of feeding other views, perspectives and ideas in for the assembly participants to deliberate," said Janet Vaughan, Co-Artistic Director of project lead Talking Birds.
The website remains open for comments until November 5.