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Quantitative and qualitative mapping of the cultural and creative sectors in Iceland.
We are very pleased to welcome the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture as a member of IFACCA.
The Ministers of Culture from the Nordic countries met in Reykjavik to discuss the reform of Nordic co-operation in the cultural sector, which had been implemented two years ago.
How will Icelands art institutions and galleries emerge from the economic crisis? As most public funding is up for reassessment, the immediate future of independent arts institutions, organisations and projects is extremely shaky.
Artists are struggling, corporate and private sponsorship is drying up and museums are slashing budgets as the new government comes to terms with difficult times ahead.
Iceland's Ministry of Education, Science and Culture provides funding for 'artists salaries'.