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Shadow culture secretary Jeremy Hunt wants a US-style culture of philanthropists to fund the arts. But is this working in recessionary America? And how are other places coping?
The United Nations has declared 2010 the International Year of the Rapprochement of Cultures, in order to introduce this concept in each of the policies implemented, from local to international level. An open-ended list of activities to be carried out throughout the year is now available.
The newly released 2009 UNESCO Framework for Cultural Statistics (FCS) proposes concepts and definitions to guide the collection of comparable data in the area of culture. It also supports the development of indicators and analytical research in the field.
The Legislative Yuan passed the Cultural Creativity Act Jan. 8, requiring the government to promote the development of the arts through tax rebates, discounts and subsidies.
The book shows how national days are best understood in the context of debates about national identity. It argues that national days are contested and manipulated, as well as subject to political, cultural and social pressure. It brings together some of the most recent research on national days and sets it in a comparative context.
The Council for Cultural Affairs (CCA) plans to subsidize NT$1 billion in discounts on student tickets for performances by local arts and cultural groups to help foster cultural and creative industries.