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Arts Centre Melbourne’s Arts Wellbeing Collective has launched a ground-breaking new training program developed by the industry for the industry to create mentally healthy workplaces and widespread systemic change. The program, open to both individuals and organisations educates performing arts workers on how to make positive change to their and their team’s mental wellbeing and tackle the unique challenges facing the arts sector.
La Encuesta Nacional de Consumos Culturales, elaborada por el Ministerio de Cultura, tiene mucho para contar sobre los consumos culturales de las y los jóvenes, un sector fundamental a la hora diseñar y aplicar políticas públicas culturales.
Including Indigenous people in creating AI or deciding what AI can learn, could help minimise exploitation of Indigenous artists and their art.
El ministro de Cultura y Deporte, Miquel Iceta, ha presentado el programa de la Presidencia Española del Consejo de la UE en materia de cultura y deporte ante la Comisión de Educación, Juventud, Cultura y Deporte del Parlamento Europeo. Durante su comparecencia, Iceta ha destacado que una de las prioridades de la Presidencia Española es impulsar la consideración de la Cultura como Bien Público Esencial, Bien Público Mundial, “aglutinar a todos los países miembros en torno a un discurso y una estrategia para que la cultura sea una verdadera política de Estado”.
Our SG Arts Plan (2023 - 2027) reiterates the Council’s commitment to championing artistic excellence and growing audiences for a sustainable and thriving arts ecosystem. The National Arts Council announces eight initiatives that will build a connected society, and inspire a distinctive city, powered by a creative economy.
Audiences, artists as well as public and private sector partners – the National Arts Council (NAC) wants to catch them all. One key initiative targeting artists and audiences is Catch.sg, a new online platform which aims to be a one-stop shop for arts and culture for both demographics. Artists can list upcoming shows, while visitors can browse events for things to do and shows to watch. The website, currently in beta mode, will soon also offer members-only privileges such as ticketing discounts, behind-the-scenes tours and other perks.