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Heart of Glass / A Modest Proposal


STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK


VISION


Our vision sees a thriving, dynamic and sustainable arts ‘ecology’ as the basis for cultural engagement and citizenship in a confident, vibrant and revitalised St Helens. It is a vision which embraces diversity, inclusion and equality, and which has collaboration, cultural democracy and collective action at its core.


The vision positions St Helens as a recognised national and international centre for socially engaged artistic practice, underpinned by a commitment to strengthening the artistic infrastructure across the borough, promoting new ideas, experimentation and innovative practice, and supporting artists to grow and develop as St Helens grows and develops.


The vision sees Heart of Glass as the catalyst for this transformative change, and as a blueprint model for promoting positive place-based development through socially engaged artistic practice. It is a model with the potential to lead thinking and practice across the country and globally


MISSION


Our mission is to increase cultural engagement in St Helens through socially engaged artistic practice.


We will achieve this by: yyEncouraging co-design and co-production in the creation of great art


yyBuilding trusted relationships and partnerships with and between artists, people and communities


yySupporting artists to develop their collaborative thinking and practice


yyEmbedding engaged arts practice in and across the borough, and positioning it within the broader cultural, social, economic and political context


AMBITION Our aims are: yyTo facilitate artistic excellence


yyTo support the development of work and artistic relationships that are politically and socially relevant


y yTo build a vibrant and robust arts ‘ecology’ in and across St Helens


yyTo position that ecology at the centre of a wider national and international arts network


yyTo be acknowledged as global and national best practice in collaborative arts


yyTo be recognised as a thought leader and pioneer within the sector


yyTo contribute to critical understanding and the evidence base for collaborative arts


yyTo contribute to artistic, cultural, social and economic policy


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