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The next meeting of the interim board of the Federation will take place at the National Arts Council of Singapore on 22-23 April. Topics for discussion will include new projects and the next World Summit, the draft constitution and the board election process. On the second day, the seven-member board will meet with representatives of arts funding agencies from around Asia to build networks and learn more about current issues in the region.
Current and potential Federation members will be notified by email this week about payment of membership fees for 2002. They will also be sent a short report on the secretariat's first 12 months. National arts councils that join by June 2002 will be eligible to be Founding members. Membership fees are the same as for 2001. More information is available on the website.
IFACCA has received much positive feedback about its second D'Art report on making international comparisons of arts participation data. As a result, we have added references and links to cultural statistics programs in Japan and France and put a new edition on the website.
The Australia Council recently released details of 'Playing the World', an initiative of its Theatre Board and Audience and Market Development Division, designed to extend the ability of Australian performing arts practitioners to tour internationally and attend overseas ‘markets’ or trade fairs.