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El Ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio invita a trabajadoras y trabajadores vinculados con el sector creativo, cultural y/o patrimonial a participar de una breve consulta, que servirá de insumo para futuras acciones del programa de Promoción y fortalecimiento de Trabajo cultural. Esta encuesta estará disponible hasta el 13 de diciembre.
Creative Australia has today published two important new research reports on creativity and wellbeing. The first shows that Australians overwhelmingly recognise the role of the arts in supporting health and wellbeing and the second explores how we can best support creative practitioners to make these vital contributions.
Mayor hails the importance of the creative industries to the capital as new data shows one in five jobs is in the creative economy.
A new survey by ArtTable finds widespread reports of low pay, debt, and work-related expenses in art jobs, especially affecting women.
The government is backing the creation of additional volunteering opportunities in museums, libraries and voluntary arts groups as part of plans to help those experiencing or at risk of chronic loneliness. Funding will be provided to support volunteers and participants to take part in activities such as talking cafes, skills sharing sessions, arts and crafts groups and environmental conservation. Around £3 million in government funding is being distributed by Arts Council England via partners Libraries Connected, Creative Lives and the Association of Independent Museums (AIM).
In a draft legislative initiative, adopted by 43 votes to five and three abstentions, MEPs highlight the precarious working conditions and uncertain legal status for artists and other professionals in the cultural and creative sectors (CCS) in several European countries, and request legislative tools to address the issue.