This NLA briefing gave an update on the plans of London’s key cultural institutions that are helping to shape the capital’s cultural scene.
With the economy back on a more even keel, a large number of key cultural institutions are pushing ahead with major capital building programmes in an effort to bring their estates into the twenty-first century.
How are our major cultural institutions opening up to the public and bringing more people in? How are they pushing culture out into the wider city? What role do cultural buildings play in regeneration in the capital? How are they working to attract new audiences and expand their reach through their estates? What role do cultural quarters have to play in London? And what does this increased activity mean for London as a major cultural city in today’s global context?
Sir Nicholas Kenyon, Managing Director, Barbican Centre
Dame Judith Mayhew Jonas DBE, Senior Adviser, Tishman Speyer
Munira Mirza, Deputy Mayor for Education and Culture, GLA
Mark Davy, Founder, Futurecity
Donald Hyslop, Regeneration and Partnerships, Tate Galleries
Jude Kelly, Artistic Director, Southbank Centre
Adriana Marques, Head of Arts and Culture, London Legacy Development Corporation
Peter Murray, Chairman, NLA (Chair)
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