Human culture is an extraordinarily beautiful phenomenon. There should never be any restrictions on sharing our culture through theatre, film, museums, art training, music training, club life and similar activities. Culture brings people together, creating connections and enhancing our ability to live together. 

Culture provides recreation, which reduces stress and keeps people healthier. Not only large cultural institutions, but also smaller-scale forms of cultural activity, provide more connection with the lived environment. 

Local authorities should encourage cultural institutions to involve as many people as possible in activities and performances. This applies not only to large cultural institutions, but also to smaller ones, because the latter groups in particular create more connections within the lived environment. They are more accessible because they are closer to a larger number of people.