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Lincoln Cultural and Arts Partnership

The Lincoln Cultural and Arts Partnership brings together Lincoln's cultural and visitor economy sectors, strengthening connections and driving growth in the city.

Culture Connects Programme

The Culture Connects programme presents a range of opportunities for you to get involved with and targets the specific needs of your organisation or practice.  Seminars and masterclasses led by sector specialists will offer fresh insights, advice and approaches to support development and sustainability.

We will also be running a series of ‘Culture Cafes’: events designed to stimulate discussions around particular issues whilst building valuable connections.   

Check out the programme below and follow the links to book places.  Some of the events have limited capacity so we’ll be sure to share links to presentations and other content shortly afterwards for anyone who is unable to attend. 

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Please note:  This programme is intended to support organisations and individuals whose work focuses on or is produced in the city of Lincoln and the closely surrounding area.

 

 


The Christmas MashUp (From the Spud Collective), Thursday 8th December, 5.30pm

Home, Park Street

Especially for creative professionals, The MashUp is a great platform for sharing news, making new contacts and catching-up with colleagues. 

Join us after work for informal networking, drinks and plenty of festive cheer! ​To book, register online.


Culture Cafe: 2017 - 2020: animating the city, Wednesday 18th January 2017, 5.30pm - 7pm

The White Hart Hotel 

The next three years are full of possibility for our cultural and creative city. 

This event will provide an engaging platform for strategic and inclusive discussion and idea-building about the opportunities that await; how we can collaborate; and how they contribute to broader ambitions for #creativelincoln.
 


First Look - Familiarisation visit to the International Bomber Command Centre, Friday 10th March 2017, 10am - 11.30am

International Bomber Command Centre

Visit the IBCC on Canwick Hill in advance of the public opening later in 2017. The Centre will preserve and tell the stories of over a million men and women who served or supported Bomber Command during world War II.

The Centre is a significant additional asset to the region’s visitor offer, set to attract visitors from across the globe.​ To book, register online.

 

Please subscribe to the LCAP Mailing List for updates on any future event announcements.

 

About Culture Connects

Culture Connects is a fully funded programme of training, support and networking for Lincoln’s cultural and visitor sectors.

The programme aims to support the dynamism, sustainability and reach of the city’s cultural and visitor practitioners and organisations by:

Strengthening and developing skills and understanding;
Raising awareness of and support for key events amongst stakeholders and prospective partners and ambassadors;
Creating stronger links and shared outlooks between Lincoln’s cultural and visitor sectors;

Culture Connects will focus on four key themes:

  • Business Planning
  • Funding
  • Digital Marketing
  • Networks and event insight

Funding Opportunities

The deadline for 2016 funding has now passed. Please subscribe to the LCAP Mailing List for updates on any future funding opportunities.