Frankston City Council has drafted an Arts & Culture Strategic Plan for the next four years and is inviting you to have your say about artistic programs, events and opportunities within the municipality over the coming years.
Frankston’s population of 140,000 is expected to increase to 160,000 by 2050. As the region evolves and becomes more of a destination for businesses, new residents and cultural tourists, the council is committed to innovate and offer fresh and contemporary art and culture that is inclusive and respectful of all community groups and our environment.
During the life of the previous arts and culture strategy, the council upgraded Frankston Arts Centre and its infrastructure; built on sculpture and eclectic street art; and promoted the city’s reputation as an arts, festival and events destination.
Incorporating Frankston Libraries, Frankston Major Events, Frankston Arts Centre and the council’s public art programs and commissions, the strategy aims to strengthen our community through learning, new experiences and engaging arts programs.
If you have ideas for how to promote the city’s reputation as an arts, festival and events destination, your feedback is appreciated. To complete the online survey, visit https://bit.ly/arts-survey-frankston by 5pm on Friday, July 17. To request a hard copy of the survey via post, contact Frankston Arts Centre on 9784 1060.
Everyone who completes the survey will go in a draw to win one of three $100 vouchers for Frankston Arts Centre.
FRANKSTON ARTS CENTRE
A: 27-37 Davey St, Frankston
T: 9784 1060