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Germany’s new culture minister, Claudia Roth, has taken office pledging to continue her predecessor’s work in decolonising museums, to set up a central “green culture” desk, to boost funding for the arts and to rethink both the Humboldt Forum and a planned new 20th-century art museum in Berlin.
During the lockdown, the cultural sector demonstrated with great creative competence how important digital offerings are. A competence that the federal government promotes within the framework of the digitalisation strategy - and not just since the beginning of the pandemic. The publication "Cultures in the Digital Transformation" presents goals, funded projects and participating partners.
Chemnitz, the European Capital of Culture 2025 is looking for a Managing Director/CEO (m/f/d) to set up the project organisation as well as to implement the bid-book together with the artistic director.
The federal cabinet today gave the green light for a special fund of up to 2.5 billion euros, with which the federal government wants to make a wide range of cultural events possible again after the long period of the pandemic. This should allow concerts, theater performances, cinema screenings and other cultural events to start again.
The German Bundestag today passed the law implementing the European copyright reform.
The EU's Council of Culture and Media Ministers met yesterday for the first time since the beginning of the corona pandemic more than a year ago physically in Brussels. The focus of the meeting was on the effects of the Corona crisis on culture and the media and the protection of cultural heritage.