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The European Commission has signed an agreement with Goethe-Institut to implement a new €21 million mobility scheme for artists and cultural professionals: Culture Moves Europe.
The South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) invites you to submit an abstract or proposal for consideration for the SACO’s 4th international conference #SacoConf2022 to be held on 9 and 10 November 2022 in Pretoria/ Tshwane, South Africa under the theme ‘Creative economy reset: Structuring the creative and cultural industries for a sustainable and inclusive future.’
The Future Laboratory is a new program that brings together 12 European performing arts institutions that are committed to international creation and connection to discover the European narratives of tomorrow and better integrate marginalised, isolated and disengaged communities into the research and creation processes.
A three-year exchange program in the fields of culture, science and sport was signed between Mongolia and the State of Israel on 25 May by Mongolian state Secretary Nyamdorj Ankhbayar and the head of the Cultural Relations Bureau of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, Nurit Tinari.
Desde Chile, y con el apoyo del Ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio, la compañía Tryo Teatro Banda y el colectivo CTM, asistirán a la quinta edición de MAPAS (el Mercado de las Artes Performativas del Atlántico Sur). MAPAS y su Festival de Artes Escénicas de Canarias, es un espacio de encuentro y negocio dirigido a las y los profesionales de la música y las artes escénicas, que este año se realizará entre el 4 y 9 de julio en Gran Canaria y Tenerife, España.
MONDIACULT 2022 – the World Conference on Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development is part of a long-standing commitment by UNESCO to foster an inclusive dialogue on culture at all levels of society. To coincide, this issue of the UNESCO Courier presents some illustrations of the importance of culture as a vector for change in our increasingly interconnected and multicultural societies.