Emma is at the forefront of the struggle to defend and champion grassroots community culture while big city centre venues dominate the headlines.
Arts and culture is taking a massive hit as the fallout of the pandemic continues. Emma Harvey is the outspoken CEO of the renowned Trinity Centre and is at the forefront of the struggle to defend and champion the sector as a whole, and stick up for grassroots community culture while big city centre venues dominate the headlines.
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