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Design Indaba in partnership with Google Arts & Culture launched an online project called ‘Colours of Africa’. The project brings online and showcases 60 specially-curated artworks produced by over 60 unique African creatives chosen by Design Indaba – each invited to contribute a work that captures the ‘colour’ and character of their home country. The project involves creatives from almost every discipline imaginable, from architecture, illustration, painting and ceramics through to writing, engineering, the performing arts and visual communications.
The Minister of Cultural Affairs, Dr. Hayat Katat Al-Garmazi, announced on Wednesday, November 02, 2022, the launch of the cultural programming for the year of celebrating the centenary of cinema in the Republic of Tunisia, in the presence of a group of Tunisian filmmakers, a number of guests of the activities of the 33rd edition of Carthage Film Days, lovers of the seventh art and its actors, and a group of intellectuals and media professionals. Dr. Hayat Katat Al-Garmazi pointed out the keenness of the Ministry of Cultural Affairs to further radiate cinema in Tunisia, develop its mechanisms and support its makers and professionals by developing a work strategy aimed primarily at overcoming difficulties and obstacles in order to achieve more brilliance and creativity and create a fully fledged film industry to make this art, as well as its great creative and aesthetic value, an engine of development and the advancement of the national economy.
Within the framework of this meeting, the UNESCO Office in the Maghreb, in partnership with the Ministry of Cultural Affairs, is organizing an event that includes a number of workshops and meetings, between 25 and 27 October, the main focus of which is to study the prospects for working on the preservation of world heritage and the creative economy.
The report unpacks the attitudes and behaviours of respondents towards creativity in Africa. The findings cover the creative sector, including whether youth respondents thought governments were doing enough to support the creative industry, their perceptions about creativity and success, and their behaviour as an audience for the creative sector.
The prospects for cooperation in the fields of cinema, heritage, writers and Arabic calligraphy are the focus of a meeting between the Minister of Cultural Affairs, Dr. Hayat Katat Al-Garmazi, and the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to Tunisia, Mr. Abdelaziz bin Ali Al-Saqer.
The Copyright Bill 2022 passed by the Senate on Wednesday, 6th April 2022 was introduced primarily to improve the effective administration, regulation, and enforcement of copyright in the digital environment.