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A study exploring the future of performing arts in Dunedin requires further analysis, the Dunedin City Council says.
A $300,000 performing arts feasibility study was commissioned by the Dunedin City Council and Creative New Zealand in the aftermath of the Fortune Theatre closure.
A report on phase two of the project was presented at a council community and culture meeting on February 11, which suggested options for a sustainable arts sector in the future, including possible venues.
The committee asked staff and consultants on the project to carry out additional analysis and report when they had done so.
Council Ara Toi group manager Nick Dixon said the work was expected to take several months.
As the report was discussed in a non-public committee meeting, no further information was available at this stage.