Cultural plans & policies

Randwick's 10 year cultural plan

Our Cultural Plan sets out a series of actions and strategies to guide the Council City's cultural activities over the next 10 years.

Council's cultural plan, a Cultural Randwick City, sets out a series of actions and strategies to guide the Council City's cultural activities over a 10 year period.

The Plan also describes our community's cultural assets and resources, identifies the unmet needs of local residents and suggests a list of actions and strategies for implementation. The attached Action Plan sets out in detail the full range of actions to be completed by Council.

You can view Council's Cultural Plan - A Cultural Randwick City  PDF, 4005.22 KB online.

Public art policy

Council's Public Art Strategy provides a framework for the Council's planning and decision making in relation to the commissioning and acquisition of public art, as well as its ongoing care and maintenance.

You can view Council's Public Art Strategy PDF, 739.67 KB PDF, 739.67 KB online.

Cultural and Community Grants Program

Through Council's Cultural and Community Grants Program funds are available to supports creative arts and cultural projects that enrich the lives of our residents and make Randwick a vibrant city to live in.
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Cultural activities in Randwick

Cultural activities in our local area include:

Vibrant creative community

Today, Randwick City is home to a vibrant creative community with a broad cross section of arts and cultural practitioners, including:

  • musicians
  • film makers
  • painters
  • sculptors
  • actors
  • performers
  • writers
  • composers

Arts and Cultural Advisory Committee 

The Randwick City Council Arts and Cultural Advisory Committee provides an opportunity for people from arts and cultural backgrounds to get involved in helping Council make informed decisions on Arts and Cultural matters including public art.

Arts and Cultural Advisory Committee Terms of Reference PDF, 190.48 KB

Arts and Cultural Advisory Committee Minutes  13 December 2018 PDF, 368.92 KB

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