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In an increasingly complex and turbulent world, artists and cultural professionals bring much-needed vitality to support innovations that will, in turn...
El Ministerio de Inclusión ampliará y clarificará los supuestos en los que es posible compatibilizar la pensión de jubilación y la actividad artística que genera derechos de propiedad intelectual.
It’s no secret that COVID-19 and national lockdowns had a dramatic effect on employment for many. However, they hit the cultural and creative industries particularly hard, with a total of 10 million jobs lost in these sectors worldwide in 2020, according to a new report from UNESCO.
Funding Guidance for the Scottish Government’s £8million Hardship Fund for Creative Freelancers through Creative Scotland has been published today.
Culture and events sectors to benefit from £16 million The government’s Omicron business support fund will help cultural organisations, events, museums and freelancers recover from the economic impact of coronavirus restrictions.
The Ministry of Culture administers a Scheme by the name of ‘Scheme for Pension and Medical Aid to artistes’. The objective of the Scheme is to improve financial and socio-economic status of the old aged artistes and scholars who have contributed significantly in their specialized fields of arts, letters etc. but are in penury condition.