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« Arts in 21st Century Learning | Main | Turning Point Yorkshire and Humber launch a new Strategy, ‘A Voice for the Visual Arts’ »
Tuesday
Feb082011

Turning Point Yorkshire and Humber has cultivated a welcome new spirit of collaboration within the region...

 

Courtesy of Yorkshire Sculpture ParkPeter Murray, Executive Director of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park comments on the new strategy, 'A Voice for the Visual Arts'...

"Turning Point Yorkshire and Humber has cultivated a welcome new spirit of collaboration within the region, and YSP is delighted to be involved as the strategy moves forward. The essence of the strategy is the united voice, which speaks for the region and for the visual arts as a whole, galvanising support through the difficult times we all face. This enthusiasm reflects the strength and richness of visual arts in Yorkshire and the Humber and our vision for how access to art can be a meaningful and unforgettable part of people's lives."

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