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£43.5 million investment is being made in Levelling up, as Arts Council England backs art, culture, and creativity for more people in more places, across the country. In total, 990 organisations will receive a share of £446 million (each year) ensuring that more people in more places can find fantastic, fulfilling art and culture on their doorsteps.
Currents of Change: Redefining Cultural Diplomacy for the Future We Need report summarizes the Salzburg Global Fellows’ discussions at its latest arts and culture session. From July 4 to 8, 2022, Salzburg Global Seminar hosted Currents of Change: Redefining Cultural Diplomacy for the Future we Need, and brought together over 60 artists, diplomats, policymakers, and academics, representing 30 countries. Together, they considered the potential for art as a force to improve the world and provided recommendations for reimagining the role that cultural diplomacy and relations can play in bringing us closer to the future we need.
The Minister of Cultural Affairs, Dr. Hayat Katat Al-Garmazi, announced on Wednesday, November 02, 2022, the launch of the cultural programming for the year of celebrating the centenary of cinema in the Republic of Tunisia, in the presence of a group of Tunisian filmmakers, a number of guests of the activities of the 33rd edition of Carthage Film Days, lovers of the seventh art and its actors, and a group of intellectuals and media professionals. Dr. Hayat Katat Al-Garmazi pointed out the keenness of the Ministry of Cultural Affairs to further radiate cinema in Tunisia, develop its mechanisms and support its makers and professionals by developing a work strategy aimed primarily at overcoming difficulties and obstacles in order to achieve more brilliance and creativity and create a fully fledged film industry to make this art, as well as its great creative and aesthetic value, an engine of development and the advancement of the national economy.
The Ministry of Cultural Affairs has issued Decision No. 2752/QD-BVHTTDL promoting the plan to implement traditional education for students through cultural heritage, the first year (2022 - 2023). The plan aims to implement the Party's guidelines and the State's legal policies on protecting and promoting the values of cultural heritage; strengthening the coordination between the culture, sports and tourism sector, and the education and training sector in traditional education for students through cultural heritage.
El Ministerio de Cultura de la Ciudad organiza e impulsa por segundo año consecutivo el Mes de la Cultura Independiente. Hasta el 30 de noviembre, más de 400 propuestas y más de 450 artistas, tanto locales como de distintas regiones de la Argentina. el Mes de la Cultura Independiente ofrece al público más de 180 funciones gratuitas y otras con entradas a precios accesibles. La iniciativa busca transformar a la Ciudad en escenario y platea, potenciando la cultura independiente no sólo como principal exponente de la identidad cultural, sino también como motor de desarrollo social y económico.
In the last week of October, the Swedish Arts Grants Committee invited representatives from regional cultural administrations and other cultural authorities to talk about artistic freedom and especially the principle of arm's length. The starting point was the development work carried out within the various activities since the Swedish Agency for Cultural Analysis presented the report "So free is art" in the summer of 2021.