Arts, Culture and Heritage, 2017
This discussion document builds on a 1996 White Paper, aiming to effectively contribute to building
a cohesive and united society in which everyone has access to arts, culture and heritage, resources,
facilities and opportunities. This will be achieved through extending creative arts to peri-urban and rural
communities, forming various professional associations and networks with membership benefits and
development programmes, providing creative education and skills development programmes, expanding
market potential, developing beneficial partnerships, liaising with relevant government authorities for the
advancement of the sector, and participating in related activities that are beneficial to the sector.