What we are working on with the city right now is seeing if it would make sense for the city to move some of their activities here. And there is one very specific institution we are talking about right now which is the Children’s Art School. It is a school for grades I think from 5 to 9 or 5 to 10. So they give 5 years of extra creative education to children. So it is a sort of pretty established thing. And currently the Children Arts School is operating in three different locations in the city. Which is not really comfortable for them or for the children. And in principal they are looking for one place where they can bring all their things together. And we internally are looking, can we renovate one of the buildings to standard that would suit the school, how much it would cost us, how much rent we have to ask from school and if will be the city okay with that amount of rent. It is all very delicate at the moment. I cannot give any promises but this is something we are working at right now.
So instead of supporting us directly the city would contribute to the cultural atmosphere, contact it to the whole development by bringing in something, which makes sense for them and makes sense for us. So instead of direct support we are talking about cooperation.
- Liverpool’s decline and regeneration
- Local alternatives
- Continuity of strategies
- Investment by the City of Liverpool
- Principles of government support
- Supporting the growth of Creative Industries
- Role of the Tower Hamlets local authority
- Cherry principle
- Improving the quality of life in the district
- Culture and creative industries in Hämeenlinna
- Where the money comes from?
- Funding of Meet Factory
- Cooperation with City of Tartu
- NOASS earned its recognition
- Ale kommun
- Begging for financial support