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The Community Cultural Development Board (CCDB) of the Australia Council has announced a series of international residencies available for young Australian leaders in community cultural development practice.
In order to ensure a diversity of voices at the next World Summit of the Arts and Culture, IFACCA needs your suggestions for speakers and panelists. We are looking for dynamic, informed presenters with fresh insights into the Summit theme, Creating Connections: Trends in Government Support for Artistic Creativity. The Summit will be held in Singapore on 23-26 November. More Information
The US National Endowment for the Arts has released the results from a survey entitled 'Changing the Beat: A Study of the Work Life of Jazz Musicians.'
As part of its five-year-plan, the Arts Council of Northern Ireland has given priority to extending the opportunities for artists to develop their work and practice.
The Arts Council of Wales has announced that Welsh artists Paul Seawright, Cerith Wyn Evans, Simon Pope and Bethan Huws will participate in Wales' inaugural appearance at the Venice Biennale in 2003.