Published: 8th Mar 2019

A pioneering partnership between Manchester and the Danish cities of Aarhus and Aalborg has been agreed which will pave the way for future cultural collaboration on arts and health, young people and urban development and design. It’s the first time an official cultural partnership has been forged between cities in Denmark and other countries solely to promote better opportunities for cultural exchange within these fields and the agreement is set to benefit artists, cultural organisations and audiences in both Manchester and Denmark. Councillor Luthfur Rahman, Executive Member for Schools, Culture and Leisure said: ‘Manchester is known across the world as a city that values culture and recognises the benefits to people and place of investing in it. ‘We also value the many links we have with other countries and cities outside the UK, and see clearly the benefits that working in partnership with them bring. ‘Now more than ever we’re determined to … (To read the full article, subscribe below)