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We have reached a historical moment. The interrelated impacts of climate change on all aspects of life on the planet is causing damage that is becoming irreversible. Culture and creativity offer a source of innovation for climate change mitigation, hold the key to reshaping behaviours and living practices meaningfully and at scale, and are a source of principles and behaviours for societal resilience in the face of climate change effects.
Over the next four months, IN SITU Webinar series will address numerous themes that support the work of cultural and creative ecosystems in non-urban Europe, by bring together the knowledge of EU research projects and CCIs: cultural and creative industries organisations with years experience, in non-urban areas. Webinar N#1: What contributes to the viability of creative small-scale enterprises (CCIs) in non-urban areas? (September 28th, 2023)
The Ministers of Culture of the European Union yesterday approved the Cáceres Declaration, by which they commit to defend culture as “an essential public good and a global public good at the highest political level” and to work to make it the eighteenth Sustainable Development Goal (SDG).
Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS) has announced receipt of £770,000 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) to support a three-year programme to improve the country’s access to culture.
At the end of August, the Culture, Media and Sport Committee (""Committee"") published a report called ""Connected tech: AI and creative technology"" that explores the impact of the development of AI on the UK's creative industries. The Committee is appointed by the House of Commons to scrutinise the spending and policy decisions of DCMS and its associated public bodies.
Creative UK has today launched a new Creative Industries investment fund to support the UK’s bold ambitions to grow the sector by £50 billion and create one million extra creative jobs by 2030. The £35 million Creative Growth Finance II (CGF II) fund will provide the crucial investment needed to meet the targets set out in the UK government and Creative Industries Council’s recently published Sector Vision.