Baden-Württemberg: City Day: More state aid for theaters and museums

Many theaters and museums have not yet recovered from the closures during the pandemic.

Baden-Württemberg: City Day: More state aid for theaters and museums

Many theaters and museums have not yet recovered from the closures during the pandemic. Now the next problem follows with the energy crisis. The City Day therefore wants more help from the state. The shoe pinches when it comes to education.

Stuttgart/Ulm (dpa/lsw) - The Baden-Württemberg City Council would like more support from the state government in the field of art and culture. In the corona crisis, the audience was completely absent, and now in the energy crisis it is evident that it is not everywhere back to the level it was before, said Norbert Brugger, Head of City Days in Stuttgart. Therefore, in the future, the exchange with the state should be about how municipalities can be more involved in funding programs, for example. A joint analysis with the state of the reasons for the lack of audiences in theaters and museums would also be desirable from the City Day's point of view.

In order to talk about these issues, the City Council Committee for Schools, Culture and Sport will meet Arne Braun, State Secretary for Culture, in Ulm on Friday.

It should also be about education. The Association of Cities wants the state government to be better prepared for the legal entitlement to all-day offers for primary school children that will apply from the 2026/27 school year. For this you need funding from the state in a completely different dimension than before, said department head Brugger. From the point of view of the city council, the last word has not yet been spoken on the controversial topic of financing school laptops.

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