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Provide your views on building a successful future for culture in Wales

Cabinet Secretary for Culture and Social Justice, Lesley Griffiths launched the strategy during a visit to Hijinx in Cardiff, a theatre company specialising in working with learning disabled and/or autistic artists.

The Welsh Government has launched a consultation setting out its vision for the culture sector between 2024 and 2030.

The draft Priorities for Culture: 2024 to 2030 focus on 3 main priorities:

  • Culture Brings Us Together
  • A Nation of Culture
  • Culture is Resilient and Sustainable

These are supported by twenty ambitions which include culture being accessible to everyone in Wales, building relationships at home and abroad through culture and helping the sector to prosper now and in the future.

The draft priorities apply to the entire culture sector in Wales, from national organisations to grassroots projects, all of which contribute to our rich cultural landscape. The consultation is also relevant to all other public sector organisations who are delivering the Well-being of Future Generations Act’s goal of A Wales of Vibrant Culture and Thriving Welsh Language.

The Priorities for Culture consultation is now open and will close on Wednesday 4 September:

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