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The Arts Council of Wales is sharing plans for a new way to invest in the country’s arts organisations.
Más de 30.350 personas fueron beneficiadas con el Bono para trabajadoras y trabajadores culturales, iniciativa conocida como Ley Patricio Manns y una de las medidas incluidas en el Plan Chile Apoya. Se trata concretamente de una transferencia monetaria de $450 mil, que se entregó desde el 12 de agosto a más de 30 mil trabajadoras y trabajadoras culturales que vieron mermados sus ingresos por la pandemia. Los pagos comenzaron a realizarse a través de la red del Instituto de Previsión Social (IPS).
The Arts Council of Wales is pleased to announce the appointment of Dafydd Rhys as Chief Executive
The Culture Backpacks programme is a support measure created under the leadership of the Ministry of Culture that, in cooperation with schools and municipalities, enables children and young people to attend theatre performances, and the cinema, go to museums and participate in other events as part of their study programme. The financing helps children and young people develop both the subject competencies prescribed by the national curriculum, as well as to grow into creative and multi-faceted people. Thereby, the Culture Backpacks programme contributes to the development of both the creators and the audience.
Artists are to get paid when their work is resold in a shakeup of copyright laws that would give them a slice of collectors' profits.
The Philippine Creatives Industry Development Act lapsed into law last July 27, and is now known as Republic Act (RA) 11904. Senator Loren Legarda welcomed its passage, which supports Filipino excellence in creative industries.