Manchester City Council is calling on residents and cultural organisations to have their say on a new decade-long plan for culture.
The local authority has said it is keen to understand what types of creativity residents are interested in. It is seeking "ideas big and small" across everything from art, performance, galleries and museums to more hands-on art and craft opportunities.
The current 10-year strategy runs until 2026. The consultation on the new strategy will be open until 30 November 2023.
Luthfur Rahman, Deputy Leader of Manchester City Council, said: “Manchester has a global reputation for arts and culture, bolstered in no small part by the opening of Aviva Studios recently.
"We are renowned for our nightlife, music and museums and we want to make sure that culture is an integral part of our communities over the next 10 years.
“This conversation involves everyone – your ideas could be big, they might be small. But they will all help guide culture in our city."