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Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has said that the newly inaugurated Art Hotel in Lagos will promote indigenous arts and crafts.
Toi Tipu Toi Rea, Creative New Zealand’s emerging Māori artists’ programme, has expanded; in addition to providing contestable funding, a new business-focussed capability support programme has been launched to help artists develop the enterprise skills they need for a successful career in the arts.
With additional support from the Government recently confirmed for this financial year, Creative New Zealand will be able to continue working with mātanga (expert knowledge holders) and pūkenga (specialists) around the country to protect and retain mātauranga toi – artform knowledge and tikanga integral to ngā toi Māori.
People-centred cultural governance calls for meaningful engagement by governments with the communities they serve through nurturing safe spaces for civic participation...
A draft report has detailed a pervasive and longstanding problem of fake Indigenous artworks, crafts and designs which is undermining the sector, disrespecting culture and depriving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists of income.
The Productivity Commission's draft report into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visual arts and crafts identifies the value of and addresses deficiencies in these markets.