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The Arts Council of Northern Ireland today welcomed Minister Hargey’s support for the recommendations made by her Culture, Arts and Heritage Recovery Taskforce.
Creative Scotland is delighted to be working with organisations across Scotland, providing support through a new programme to build a skilled, inclusive, and fair creative and cultural sector.
This call for expressions of interest is for an individual consultant interested in taking charge of the management, monitoring and reporting of the project “ReIShaping Cultural Policies for the Promotion of Fundamental Freedoms and the Diversity of Cultural Expressions”, funded by Sweden. Closing date of applications: 24 November 2021.
Wales Arts International are hosting an online event at Wales Climate Week, discussing rethinking international work and touring with a panel of experts.
It was a day filled with pride on Saturday, November 6th, 2021, as the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture Grand Bahama, officially ended its “Youth Month” festivities, by honoring forty-four "resilient, innovative, creative and transformative" young persons at a Drive-Up Recognition Ceremony, under the patronage of the Minister for Grand Bahama the Honorable Ginger Moxey, M.P.
Audrey Azoulay was re-elected Tuesday to the post of Director-General of UNESCO with the massive support of the Organization’s 193 Member States.