Michelle Lord writes about a project to bring local partners together to offer a consistent and high quality art and cultural education to all children and young people.
Michelle is Arts Development Officer for Cambridge City Council. She is currently the Cambridgeshire Culture Card project manager, a project initiated by the My Cambridge Cultural Education Partnership. Previously, Michelle has delivered numerous arts projects and events for City Council, and coordinated the Cambridge Arts Network. Before this she was Head of Learning and Participation at mac, Birmingham, one of the UKs largest contemporary arts centres; lecturer in Art and Design at Birmingham City University, and a visual artist examining the complex relationships between literature, architecture and photography.
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