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A news conference highlighting the programme and objectives of the forthcoming European Culture Congress began at the stroke of noon on 22nd August 2011.
Polands Ministry of Culture has made dramatic cuts in state funding for a number of Krakow's cultural festivals, depriving several noted international events of a single cent.
The European Culture Congress, one of the most important events concerning the cultural programme for Polish Presidency of the European Union Council, is scheduled to take place in Wrocław on September 8-11. Its motto is "Art for social change."
Individual artistic development and experimentation used to be the basic goals of residency programmes. Now, with the residency idea often being incorporated into the core of artistic production, contributing to changes in artistic geography, it is time to consider the most relevant methods for supporting knowledge development and the often-hidden processes related to the work of curators, organisers and artists.
In an exclusive interview for the English Service of Polish Radio, Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski talks about the Chopin Year 2010 and the cultural component of Polands presidency in the European Union in the second half of next year.
On26th November 2009 ARS BALTICA conference: cultural policies for the Baltic Sea Region was held in the Baltic Sea Cultural Centre in Gdańsk.