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Minister of Culture Dr. Vasko Simoniti participated in an informal videoconference of Ministers responsible for culture and media on the impact of COVID-19 on the cultural and creative sectors.
At the time of the spread of the new coronavirus, the World Monuments Fund (WMF), a non-profit, civilian organization that draws attention to endangered monuments and works of art, has drawn attention to the importance and value of World Cultural Heritage.
Minister of Culture Dr. Vasco Simoniti participated in a distance news conference on the epidemic of the new coronavirus today, 31 March 2020. He outlined the provisions of the Intervention Act on Interventional Measures to Mitigate the Consequences of the SARS-CoV-2 Infectious Disease Epidemic (COVID-19) pertaining to the field of culture.
At a time when cultural institutions in Slovenia have closed their doors, many of them are preparing online content useful for all those who plan activities for children and young people, while offering various opportunities for incorporating cultural content into distance learning. Many of the published content is also intended for adults who do not have the opportunity to visit cultural institutions during this time.
Due to the events associated with coronavirus disease in 2019, the Center for Education Creativity published a call for proposals from the Ministry of Culture "Promoting Creative Cultural Industries - Center for Creativity 2020-2021".
Vasko Simoniti was appointed as the new Minister of Culture of Slovenia by the National Assembly on 13 March 2020. His first task will be to draw up a new national cultural programme, the framework for programming and financial priorities in the arts.