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The Asia-Europe Cultural Festival titled Cultures Connect is a multidisciplinary arts festival taking place on 26 & 27 November 2022 in Brussels, Belgium. A public arts festival, Cultures Connect, is co-organised by the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) and the European Union. This year, the festival will present a programme comprising a film screening, music performance and dialogue forum at the Centre for Fine Arts-Brussels (Bozar).
Merged with CULTUROPOLIS: International Days on Cultural Rights, the 2022 edition of the Beyond the Obvious conference will take place in Barcelona, 16-19 November. Co-organised by the Culture Institute of Barcelona and Culture Action Europe (CAE) and in partnership with the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), this international gathering will host academic congress, open debates, participatory formats and project marketplace on lines of work focused on rights to access and participation in cultural life, cultural work, sustainability, diversities, participation and communities and digital environments.
The Arts Council has appointed the state and regional arts councils operating in connection with the Arts Promotion Centre Finland for 2023–2024. A total of 171 members work in 20 committees. The difference from the previous one is the new Multi-Arts Council, which evaluates applications for multidisciplinary art and diversity between fields of art, as well as applications for art journalism and comics and illustration art.
£43.5 million investment is being made in Levelling up, as Arts Council England backs art, culture, and creativity for more people in more places, across the country. In total, 990 organisations will receive a share of £446 million (each year) ensuring that more people in more places can find fantastic, fulfilling art and culture on their doorsteps.
Diplomazija astuta is one of the first certified carbon neutral artworks in the world, meaning that its greenhouse gas emissions have been reduced, mitigated, or avoided due to specific interventions enacted during the creation, preparation, and setting up process. Diplomazija astuta is the project representing Malta and commissioned by Arts Council Malta for the 59th edition of La Biennale di Venezia.
Teenage Engineering’s innovative handheld music devices are about to transform children's early music making experiences thanks to the Scottish Government’s backing of the Youth Music Initiative (YMI) through Creative Scotland. Applications for Access to Music Making and Strengthening Youth Music funds open Thursday 3 November, with a deadline of 2pm, Thursday 8 December. The announcement also coincides with the publication of new research findings into the 2021-2022 YMI initiative which highlights how it continues to address inequality by forging and sustaining partnerships with third sector organisations to support children and young people most in need.