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Centre for Cultural Value

How do people define culture and its value to them, and how does that impact on our society; the way we learn, play, grow, live and interact? In this uncertain climate, do arts, heritage, culture and screen have more value than ever before?

The Centre for Cultural Value’s inaugural online festival of ideas takes place 2-13 November 2020, What value culture?

A dynamic ten days of free online events probing and questioning the value of culture through a series of discussions, debates and hands-on workshops with some of the leading organisations, academics and practitioners in the sector.

The festival is for anyone working in and around the arts, cultural, heritage and screen sector - practitioners, researchers and policymakers. It will introduce the work of the Centre and invite people to join a movement to better understand and articulate the difference culture makes to people’s lives and to our society.

There will be a live transcription for each session, with transcriptions available on Zoom captions, and on StreamText.net.

Join the conversation on Twitter @valuingculture #ValuingCulture

Visit the Centre for Cultural Value website