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The 15-day “Performing Arts Business and Digital Distribution” workshop kicked off on Tuesday with women constituting the bulk of the participants. Women constitute over 58 percent of the participants at the workshop, a significant rise in the male-dominant sector.
This year’s REMIX Summit (14 September) hosted by the WA Museum Boola Bardip and the Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA), explored the themes of culture, technology and entrepreneurship with a focus on the booming immersive entertainment market. Incorporating digital and hybrid physical environments, the growth and demand for immersive experiences has been dubbed “The Immersive Revolution”.
Narrowing the gap between the share of men and women who work is one of the very important reforms policymakers can make to revive economies amid the weakest medium-term growth outlook in more than three decades.
Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS) has announced receipt of £770,000 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) to support a three-year programme to improve the country’s access to culture.
Ngarluma man Andrew Dowding’s research fuses education, innovation and heritage in digital mapping to empower Indigenous Australians
The African Research Universities Alliance (ARUA) and The Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities (The Guild) have launched a new Africa-Europe Clusters of Research Excellence (CoRE) on Creative Economies: Cultures, Innovation and Sustainability, which includes Rhodes University.