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Border areas in Russias Kaliningrad region, the Kaunas region of Lithuania and the Białostocko-Suwałski subregion of Poland will join forces in developing a common cultural trail Borderland Atlantis thanks to a new two-year Cross-Border Cooperation (CBC) project Borderland Atlantis trans-border cultural trail.
The Polish Ministry of Culture announced the introduction of new rules for giving grants to magazines in 2013. The grants will be distributed only to the most prominent magazines with the highest artistic and literary value which present a wide range of topics.
The Warsaw Chamber Opera is protesting against government cuts to its funding which are being carried out as part of a reduction in public spending on the arts in Poland.
Obviously, the Polish Presidency will have positive impact on culture. Our culture is rooted in Mediterranean and Christian culture; the entire 19th century was a time of struggle for Poland to survive, and for Western culture to survive in Poland.
The event, sponsored by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and held under the aegis of the Polish EU Presidency, hosted over 100 interdisciplinary projects with over 300 artists under the theme of 'Art for Social Change.'
Bogusław Zdrojewski, Minister of Culture and National Heritage, stressed that digitalisation and bringing culture online can generate unprecedented benefits in the spheres of culture, economy, and science.