Brief for Creative Engagement: Reimagining City Service Delivery

dreamstime_xxl_90995930AmendedSm_CC0 The Urban Living Birmingham research project consortium is inviting Birmingham-based arts organisations to submit proposals that imaginatively use arts and creative approaches to engage Birmingham citizens in developing innovative ideas for the improved delivery of urban services using the findings from the research.

This creative consultation tender brief outlines a pilot approach to encouraging resident engagement in arts and culture to contribute to the Urban Living Birmingham project’s longer-term aim: finding new creative and innovative ways for local people to co-design their required city services and take a more direct role in their delivery.

Two open advice surgeries will be taking place on Monday 24th July 2017:
4pm – 5pm or 5.30pm – 6.30pm at the
Library of Birmingham
Centenary Square, Broad Street
Birmingham B1 2ND

To request a copy of the brief, and to register on open advice surgery, contact:
Joanne Leach: Tel: 07785 792 187
Email: j.leach@bham.ac.uk (email is preferred if possible).

Alternatively, you can download the brief and supplementary information (geographical areas zipped folder and thematic descriptions).

For more information about the Urban Living Birmingham project, visit our website.

The closing date for applications is 4pm on Friday 25th August 2017

Interviews will take place Thursday 31st August 2017

Project delivery dates: 4th September – Friday 10th November 2017

 Birmingham City Council’s Cultural Development Service have provided support in co-developing this brief.
Image credit: Creative Commons

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