Arts, culture, and creativity are fully integrated into daily life and accessible to everyone in every neighborhood, every day. More art for more people in more places.
Access to arts and culture across neighborhoods and communities build more connected and engaged citizens, bringing people together from across the region, and creating safer, healthier people and neighborhoods. Arts and culture have the power to enrich lives, create connections and revitalize communities. But this is only true if everyone across broad and diverse communities has access to them. To ensure this is so, neighborhoods must be connected, arts hubs and creative districts must be woven together, celebrating and building on what exists, creating an accessible and open fabric of opportunities to experience and participate in arts and culture.