The cultural citizenship indicator framework highlights the ways and spaces in which migrants participate in social life, and the cultural practices by which they build and inhabit their worlds. While much government arts and cultural funding goes to museums, galleries and other public institutions, there are many other forms of cultural activity around which communities build their lives.
The cultural citizenship framework identifies seven key domains of cultural participation: creative participation, commercial venues, institutional culture, community facilities, civic and political activism, and, media.
- Cultural Citizenship Indicator Framework
- Year 4 - Demographics
Research Unit in Public Cultures
Created: 5 August 2016, Last modified: 20 July 2017