The Chair of the cross party Culture and Arts Working Group, Councillor Kieran O’Hanlon, The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick is delighted to invite you to a World Café Consultation Event


World Café Event

Tuesday 16th May 2017

6.30PM The Savoy Hotel, Henry Street, Limerick

Limerick City and County Council and Limerick Arts Office



The Limerick City and County Council cross party Culture and Arts Working Group are looking at developing a model of delivery for Culture and Arts for Limerick. Recommendations on this model will be informed by the views and experiences of individual creative practitioners, arts and cultural organisations, communities of interest, community groups, the third level sector and anyone interested in the strategic investment in culture in Limerick.


This consultation event will enable you/your organisation to contribute your views, that will form the recommendations that will go to Council on a new model of delivery for Culture and Arts in Limerick.


If you or a member of your organisation/group would like to attend this consultation event, please RSVP to register your interest on


Neil Peterson

Neil Peterson will moderate the World Café Public Meeting. He is Director and Founder of Inside Track, a consultancy group which focuses on helping clients to deliver positive social and economic changes.


In 2005, Neil joined the Liverpool Culture Company to lead the Liverpool Welcome programme in the build up to Liverpool’s 2008 year as European Capital of Culture. This programme has become the benchmark for European Capital of Culture volunteer programmes. He also led Liverpool’s International work during the build up to and during its European Capital of Culture year.

From 2009 until setting up his Inside Track business, Neil was Liverpool’s Head of International and Commercial Relations. He continued to lead the City of Liverpool’s International work and its work on securing external funding and major bids, including the City’s successful 2018 World Cup Host City bid and being a key writer of Liverpool’s UNESCO City of Culture bid.


limerick county council