Be Inspired & Get Involved!

Posted by Tenby Museum on Jun 30, 2019 Blog, News No Comments

Ysbrydoli Sir Benfro Inspiring Pembrokeshire Project Consultation

What are your views on better access to quality arts and culture for everyone in Pembrokeshire?

Can arts organisations and groups in the county work more closely together?

And how can we raise the profile of arts and celebrate Pembrokeshire’s diverse bilingual cultural offer?

These are just some of the questions that the Inspiring Pembrokeshire Cultural Project is aiming to answer over the next few months.

The project aims to deliver better access to quality arts and culture for everyone in the county. In order to improve this we need you to tell us your views!

The project aims to encourage all arts organisations and groups operating in Pembrokeshire to work more closely together including theatres, community arts, museums and galleries, artists and craftspeople to join up and create a strong vibrant arts scene across the county.

Working with partners including: health professionals, schools, colleges, parish councils and community groups the arts sector needs to meet the needs of all the people of Pembrokeshire for the future to improve quality of life for all. We want to ensure no matter what your circumstances, language preferences, age or financial situation that nothing is a barrier to enjoying access to fun, engaging, creative opportunities with all the health benefits those bring.

The Curator at Tenby Museum is involved in this project and needs your input.  So what are your views are about the arts and cultural opportunities on your doorstep? How easy it is for you to join in? What you would like to be able to access in the future that isn’t on offer currently?

Our first of three consultations, which will be hosted by Tenby Museum Curator Mark Lewis and storyteller Phil Okwedy will be with schoolchildren and young adults. So, please come and join us at 5pm on August 8th at Tenby Museum and tell us what you think and what you’d like to see and…

help shape the future!

  • This is a LEADER funded project running until October 2020 in the first phase. Thereafter it will continue until and hopefully long beyond 2023.