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Oxford City Council's Culture Team is responsible for cultural development, arts funding, delivering events and festivals such as Christmas Light Night and Dancin' Oxford with our partners, running the Museum of Oxford, supporting international links and co-ordinating event and filming bookings for city centre locations, parks and other open spaces.
Oxford Culture Strategy 2012-15 (8.7MB PDF)
The City Council and its partners believe that culture - whether it takes the form of the architecture that surrounds us, the museums that reflect our past and present, or the literature and performing and visual arts through which we celebrate our experiences - plays a profound role in shaping people's experiences and attitudes.
We believe that access to high quality cultural experiences is the right of all our citizens. Our ambition - developed with our partners, including business, community organisations, the health and education sectors, and the County Council - is to make Oxford a world-class city for everyone.
Our shared vision for culture:
To work in partnership with Oxford's key stakeholders and cultural partners to develop and promote cultural activities and events that enhance and leave a legacy in the lives of individuals and communities, offer affordable, excellent experiences, encourage attainment amongst young people and promote cultural ambition.
Our three key priorities for culture:
Page last updated 27 February 2013