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City to Integrate the Arts into Everything

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Street art outside Nottingham Playhouse. The city has a plan to integrate arts and culture into all aspects of life.

What do we know about the city of Nottingham? 305 more words

Risk? What risk? Council leaders to brief watchdog committee on Leeds Capital of Culture bid

Leeds City Council’s top two leaders are going to update one of the council’s watchdog committees about latest developments over the city’s bid to host the European Capital of Culture in 2023. 559 more words

Leeds City Council

Reflections from Rijeka

This isn’t the report I thought I’d be writing when I set off to a recent conference on participatory governance in culture (with my ace travelling companions, Leila Jancovich from the University of Leeds, and Dawn Fuller and Jon Price from arts organization Space2), in the Croatian port city of Rijeka. 2,244 more words

Kerry Harker

Travel News: The last seven days in travel 27/11/2017

In what will become a regular post I’ve briefly summarised news stories from the world of travel over the past seven days. 8 more words

Bali

Capital of Culture 2023: Creating a lasting legacy for Leeds

An event which tackled the question of how the Leeds’s bid for the European Capital of Culture title would create a lasting legacy for Leeds, embrace equality and tackle the disconnection of a two-tier city, has been held at Leeds Business School, Leeds Beckett University. 527 more words

Public Relations

Our 5 Best Vacation Rental Properties in Valletta

Valletta is Malta’s capital city, a miniscule capital measuring only 0.8 km2 (0.3 sq mi). This city was built by the Grandmaster Jean Parisot de la Vallette, the Knight who gave the city its name, and it was built as a fortification in case of further attack by the Ottoman Empire in the 16th Century. 834 more words

Malta

Aarhus- European capital of culture video

I was the Reporter for this video on Aarhus, Denmark becoming the European Capital of Culture in 2017.

Julia Jieun Shim was the Camera Operator and Editor for this piece.