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‘Making the Creative Majority’ analyses ‘What Works’ to support equity, diversity and inclusion in creative education and identifies critical points for intervention for the creative industries, education providers and policymakers to ensure the UK’s creative industries are inclusive and equitable.
For the first time, Puerto Rico was part of the study on Artistic and Economic Prosperity directed by the organisation Americans for the Arts, whose results demonstrated a positive impact on job creation, expenses related to the events and government collections as a result of the fiscal year 2022 cultural activities.
Reports Examine Findings from Two National Surveys
Yu In-chon, the newly-appointed Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, began his first day in office at the Sejong government complex on Monday.
Americans for the Arts (AFTA) have released results of a new study. The Arts and Economic Prosperity 6 Study (AEP6) examined the financial and social effects of the arts and culture sector in the United States. Oscar winner Rita Moreno presented preliminary findings in a virtual presentation on Oct. 12.
On World Mental Health Day (October 10), the Ontario Arts Council (OAC) is sharing new research demonstrating that the arts play a major role in the personal and community well-being of Ontarians.