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In 2020, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Culture is organising the first edition of ‘Art Residency | Albalad’, a new residency programme in the vibrant, historical district of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Art Residency | Albalad supports the creative development of exceptional art practitioners through fully funded residencies that provide dedicated time and space, considered collaborations, and a supportive working environment.
The Climate Heritage Network aims to showcase the role that arts, culture and heritage can play in achieving the ambitions of the Paris Agreement. NEMO is already convinced that the culture is essential in climate change awareness and action.
The ACP-EU Culture Programme has published on the 20th December 2019 its second call for proposals, entitled “Support for the cultural and creative sectors in ACP countries”. With a budget of 26 million euros, this call aims to promote the socio-economic development of ACP countries, by boosting the cultural and creative sector as a whole. Its priorities are increasing economic revenues from the creative sector, creating jobs linked to the cultural sector and improving accessibility, recognition and promotion of artists and their works at national, regional and international level.
ENCATC has published Volume 9, Issue 1 and 2 of its scientific publication, the European Journal on Cultural Management and Policy. In these issues, 18 authors from Belgium, Brazil, Egypt, Estonia, France, Italy, Malta, and Mexico had 8 articles selected from the Journal’s double-blind review process.
This IETM Rijeka session explored the intersection between art and activism, focusing on increasing the political effectiveness of artistic action. This report sums up the various examples of activist works put forward by the speakers as well as the lively discussion that followed among members of the audience.
The main focus of the IETM Rijeka working session Please turn off your cell phone was the issue of attracting new audiences into what are considered as traditional performing arts venues and formats.