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La Secretaría de Cultura trabaja en un modelo piloto con el IMSS y podría contratar a trabajadores eventuales La Secretaría de Cultura tiene listo un modelo piloto para otorgar seguridad social a los creadores artísticos del país que trabajan de manera independiente, informó Alejandra Frausto, titular de la dependencia, al señalar que este año se empezará aplicar el proyecto piloto.
Within the framework of the cultural activities of the 31st Doha International Book Fair (DIBF), a symposium entitled "Gulf cultural landscape: challenges and opportunities" was held on Friday evening, during which the participants discussed the most important challenges facing cultural work in the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC) and ways to enhance joint cultural cooperation.
The Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute has come up with an innovative gadget a wearable tactile tone system, that delivers the tone of an instrument in the form of vibrations. It has been used in real gugak performances allowing hearing-impaired audiences to experience tunes of Korea's bamboo instrument daegeum.
Latest tranches of emergency funding will be vital, but museums are hoping for more long-term solutions.
Washington, DC—The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) is pleased to announce the first round of recommended awards for fiscal year 2022, with 1,498 awards totaling nearly $33.2 million.
Catherine Martin, Ireland’s minister of tourism, culture, arts, Gaeltacht, sport and media, on January 6 initiated an online consultation aimed at soliciting opinions regarding the creation of a basic income plan for a number of the country’s artists.