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For 60 years, the Canada Council for the Arts has helped culture in this country flourish, but, says the director and CEO, this is no time to rest on past successes.
We always assumed humans were the only species to create art. It now seems we were wrong.
Newly released figures from Statistics NZ show that about eight in 10 adult New Zealanders engage in some form of cultural activity, and that those who participate in cultural activities are more likely to feel satisfied with life than those who don’t participate.
It’s not gone unnoticed that some of the most innovative contemporary artists working today hail from Iceland. Björk, Ragnar Kjartansson, Katrín Sigurdardóttir, and Olafur Eliasson (who, to be fair, is half Danish) are all known for taking unique, interdisciplinary approaches to their art. The country, with a scant population of around 330,000, is also host to a thriving microcosm of designers, writers, and musicians.
There is no scarcity of ideas the cartoonist nowadays get from those in power, CPM leader M.A. Baby has said.
The Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that all arts, all thoughts must move in one direction to bring in universal brotherhood. He was addressing the gathering after inaugurating the 8th Theatre Olympics and releasing it's logo titled 'Flag of Friendship', here today.