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1994 saw the launch of Giuseppe Zanotti's first collection and the Italian designer has never looked back since, garnering a strong global following. Remaining on trend with its deep camouflage pattern, this backpack is crafted from supple textured leather, further punctuated with the label's unmistakable metal signature logo. Fitted with a zip around fastening and top handle, the adjustable straps provide true comfort. (Height 40cm, width 30cm, depth 14cm)Giuseppe Zanotti textured leather backpackZip closureTop handle, adjustable shoulder straps, silver toned hardware, camouflage, front zipped pocket, metal signature logo, two side slip pockets, two interior slip pocketsUse specialist cleanerHeight 40cm, width 30cm, depth 14cmMade in Italy
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As authorized by H.B. 2208 of the 79th Legislature, the Texas Commission on the Arts (TCA) can designate cultural districts in cities across Texas. Cultural districts are special zones that harness the power of cultural resources to stimulate economic development and community revitalization. These districts can become focal points for generating businesses, attracting tourists, stimulating cultural development and fostering civic pride.

If you are interested in applying for this program, we recommend you read this page and watch our training videos about this program.

Goals of cultural districts

TCA recognizes that a thriving creative sector is a powerful economic development asset. Cultural district development is one strategy that helps a community boost their economies while realizing other cultural and civic benefits. The outcomes of cultural districts extend beyond the arts and benefit all members of a community. Goals may include:

Attracting artists and cultural enterprises to the community . Artists, cultural institutions and creative enterprises all contribute to a community’s economic potential. Not only do they generate direct economic activity, but artists and creative entrepreneurs infuse communities with energy and innovation.

Encouraging business and job development . Cultural districts can create a hub of economic activity that contributes to the community being an appealing place to live, visit and conduct business. A thriving cultural scene helps an area to prosper when consumers drawn to cultural attractions patronize other nearby businesses. This can result in the creation of new economic opportunities and jobs.

Addressing specific needs of a community. Cultural districts are a highly adaptable economic development approach that allows a community to make use of unique conditions, assets and opportunities.

Establishing tourism destinations. Cultural districts are marketable tourism assets that highlight the distinct identity of a community and encourage in-state, out of state, and international visitors.

Preserving and reusing historic buildings. Some cultural districts are very involved in historic preservation. Adaptive reuse and rehabilitation of older buildings through preservation tax credits can result in structural and façade improvements. These rehabilitated buildings provide opportunities for affordable artist live/work space and new homes for cultural organizations.

Enhancing property values. Successful districts combine improvements to public spaces (such as parks, waterfronts and pedestrian corridors) along with property development. The redevelopment of abandoned properties, historic sites, and recruiting businesses to occupy vacant spaces can contribute to reduced vacancy rates and enhanced property values.

Fostering local cultural development . The establishment of a cultural district provides a focal point for celebrating and strengthening a community’s cultural identity. Cultural districts highlight existing cultural amenities and work to recruit and establish new artists, cultural industries and organizations.

Local challenges

Every cultural district is unique, but the following challenges can occur in districts large and small and in rural, urban and suburban areas:

Success factors for cultural districts

The ideas below have been identified as common success factors among cultural districts, and may serve as indicators for potential success:

For more information, please contact Jim Bob McMillan at 512/936-6572 or email .


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