New Cultural Leadership Programme Launched for Norfolk and Suffolk
What is Collaboration: Place: Change?
Collaboration: Place: Change (CPC) is a cultural leadership programme designed to develop current and next generation cultural leaders’ capacity to affect cultural, social and economic change in Norfolk and Suffolk though collaborative working, place sensitivity and innovative thinking.
What is Collaboration: Place: Change+?
Collaboration: Place: Change+ (CPC+) is a specifically designed, online programme which offers 15 senior leaders, including freelance professionals, in Norfolk and Suffolk the opportunity to work together, through and beyond the current crisis of Covid19. The challenges, opportunities and obligations of leadership in the arts and culture sector have been disrupted and reconfigured in ways we could not have predicted.
Based on the principles of collaborative learning, the group will share issues arising from the fundamental challenge to vision and mission. They will work together to create change for audiences and communities in the arts and culture.
The programme will involve 6 x 2 hour monthly facilitated sessions between July and December 2020. In addition, there will be a budget for individual coaching and a chance to share the learning from this process with the wider CPC programme and the sector in our region.
Deadline for completed Expressions of Interest is midnight on Sunday 21 June 2020.
Norfolk & Suffolk’s Creative & Cultural Sector COVID-19 Survey Results
We are pleased to share the results of the New Anglia Culture Board second regional survey on the impact of COVID-19 on our regional creative and cultural sector. We received 195 completed responses – thank you so much for all your helpful contributions and for sharing the survey with your networks.
We plan to continue to distribute the survey every 4 – 6 weeks and questions will be refined /added as the situation continues to change. We very much welcome your feedback and suggestions for new questions.
As part of the ongoing advocacy for our region in these very tough times, the results from the current survey will also be fed into the DCMS COVID-19 Impact Inquiry.