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The key findings from the biennial Population Survey on the Arts were released on 1 December 2022 by the National Arts Council (NAC). The 2021 survey results forecast a rise in interest and engagement levels as arts activities return after the COVID-19 pandemic.
UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, meeting in Rabat from 28 November to 3 December, inscribed 47 elements submitted by 60 countries on the Intangible Cultural Heritage lists.
El Ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio lanzará la sexta versión del Encuentro de las Economías Creativas de Chile (CHEC), que se llevará a cabo de manera presencial los días 12 y 13 de diciembre en el Centro Gabriela Mistral (GAM). Este año, CHEC se da como parte de la agenda de las políticas culturales internacionales, que se ve marcada por la celebración de Mondiacult (Conferencia Mundial UNESCO) en México y la puesta en marcha de MICSUR (Mercado de Industrias Culturales del Sur) 2023, del cual Chile será anfitrión. Celebrado el 12 y 13 de diciembre, contará con charlas, paneles de conversación, talleres prácticos y mentorías, además de conciertos didácticos en vivo, mesas de trabajo y un mercado para la venta de bienes y servicios del sector creativo.
On 29 November the Council of Culture Ministers of the EU adopted a Resolution on the EU Work Plan for Culture 2023-2026. It sets out priorities to address the main challenges facing the cultural and creative sectors today and corresponding actions to address them. The implementation will involve the close cooperation between the Member States, the Commission and the Presidencies of the Council.
NEMO publishes a report that reflects the status quo of European museums in the climate crisis. The report is opened with seven key recommendations for policy makers and the sector that will help tap the full potential of museums as contributors and allies in the sustainable transition of Europe. 578 museums from 38 European countries contributed to the report by answering a survey that NEMO ran from April to June 2022.
The survey was conducted by Paul Crosby, David Throsby and Jan Zwar from Macquarie University and supported by funding from the Australia Council and the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund.It examines how authors have fared and responded to industry changes since the previous survey in 2015, including changes brought about by COVID-19, and shows that despite a modest increase, authors still struggle to earn an income from writing that comes close to earnings for other professions. More information is available on the Australia Council website, including the Australia Council summary and full report.