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The Arts Council is deeply concerned about the impact of interest rate restrictions on the future of the arts and culture sector. The danger of the pandemic and the unpredictability of the situation are understood, but the restrictions have been unreasonably severe and partly unjustified in the field of culture.
According to preliminary data from the Arts and Culture Barometer, the effects of the corona pandemic on the arts and culture field are significant, in some places destructive. As many as 76 percent of the artists responded that the corona pandemic had influenced their work.
According to a survey commissioned by the Arts Promotion Centre, 72 per cent of respondents want art in their everyday environment.
International migration has made Finland even more diverse. New language groups, denominations and ethnic communities have emerged in our country. This development poses a challenge to Finnish cultural policy, but it also offers many opportunities for art and cultural life.
The working group set up by the Ministry of Education and Culture presents guidelines and measures by which Finnish art and culture policy could take better account of cultural diversity based on immigration and build a more equal and equal arts and culture field in the future.
The Ministry of Education and Culture collects information on the effects of the emergency situation caused by the coronavirus on the activities and economy of the arts and culture sector through an online survey. The survey can be answered by communities and individuals from the cultural, artistic and creative industries.