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The conference European Audiences: 2020 and beyond took place in October 2012 and brought together some 800 culture professionals in Brussels, including IFACCAs European Liaison Officer, Diane Dodd. The subject of discussion was how to engage more meaningfully with audiences.
The conference European Audiences: 2020 and beyond took place in October 2012, bringing together over 800 culture professionals in Brussels to discuss methods of engaging more meaningfully with the audiences of today and tomorrow. The conference report has been released, and is available online.
Based on a survey of 1,001 Canadians 18 or older in June and July of 2012, this report examines Canadians attendance and personal involvement in the arts, culture, and heritage, as well as their perceptions regarding cultural activities and government support of culture.
Arts Council England and the Local Government Association (LGA) have published new research into communities' involvement in library service delivery and management.
While cultural expressions are alive and ever-changing, models to gauge their impact have not kept pace. How can we measure cultural acts, such as partaking in a traditional ceremony, playing an instrument or visiting a museum virtually? In todays world of technological advances, how does the Internet affect cultural practices?
THE Ministry of Information, Youth, Culture and Sports has called on local artists to register for the East Africa Community (EAC) Arts and Culture Festival planned for Rwanda in February, next month.