We are seeking proposals to undertake an external review of the Edinburgh International Culture Summit.
The Edinburgh International Culture Summit is a biennial ministerial forum established in 2012 by the Edinburgh International Festival in a unique partnership with the British Council, Scottish Parliament and the Scottish and UK Governments. The Summit is devised and produced on behalf of its partners by an independent charity – Edinburgh International Culture Summit Foundation.
The Edinburgh International Culture Summit brings together Culture Ministers, artists, thinkers and arts leaders from around the world to share ideas, expertise and best practice, with a view to inspiring positive change in cultural policy and investment. The Summit seeks to emphasise the importance of artistic exchange in a world that is increasingly complex and multi-lateral.
We are seeking proposals to undertake an external review of the Edinburgh International Culture Summit, looking back at the achievements and impact of the summit in the ten years since its inception, and proposing a vision, objectives and organisational/governance/operating model for a world class international gathering of cultural leaders in Edinburgh.
How to apply
Please apply through British Council’s website here. This page also includes information which outlines the full proposal request, as well as the instructions for responding and evaluation criteria.
The deadline for submission of proposals is Wednesday 22 Feb.