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Various training activities in a number of different areas: Management, New Technologies and Screenwriting; are being held in different countries around Europe.
Davinia Galea, CEO at the Malta Council for Culture and the Arts, elaborates on the transition in the role the MCCA is making and the way she must balance the ethereal world of the arts with down-to-earth management.
Dolores Cristina was appointed Minister for Culture as part of the general reshuffle of ministerial responsibilities after the election. What has changed?
Narcy Calamatta, vice-president of the European Council of Artists, reports on the European Commission's public hearing ‘The Role of Culture in Europe’.
There is more to life than the price of tinned tuna. The promotion of the arts can only become a reality when the only entity that can afford to subsidise it, the government, would opt to do so. The sooner the better.
People coming back from a trip to Ireland have often commented to me about the sheer confidence that the country exudes.