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A new survey by ArtTable finds widespread reports of low pay, debt, and work-related expenses in art jobs, especially affecting women.
Se trata de un proyecto relevante que, más allá de recabar datos empíricos, pondrá en reflexión la situación general de la movilidad de las Artes Escénicas Iberoamericanas, para fomentar políticas públicas locales y regionales, que permitan un fortalecimiento del sector escénico.
This paper demonstrates the depth and diversity of existing applications of artificial intelligence (AI) in arts, culture and creativity, explores its current and foreseeable impacts, and highlights the need for enhanced understanding and governance. AI is already changing the way people connect with arts and culture around the world, and its risks need to be balanced with the opportunities that it presents. ANA welcomes efforts from governments to design, implement and support appropriate AI governance, and highlights the important role that people have in shaping the impacts of AI.
Today, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is announcing a major new research initiative, Humanities Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence. Under this agency-wide initiative, NEH will support research projects that seek to understand and address the ethical, legal, and societal implications of artificial intelligence (AI). NEH is particularly interested in projects that explore the impacts of AI-related technologies on truth, trust, and democracy; safety and security; and privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties.
New data released by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland today reveals the impact that the cost of living crisis is having on the arts sector, as it struggles to return to pre-covid programming and audience levels.
Book now to join us online on 25 October 2023 for the launch of our thought-provoking new report on culture’s place within and beyond the UN SDGs. The 2022 UNESCO Mondiacult conference classified culture as a ‘global public good’, reinforcing culture’s position in the global development discourse that is expected to grow as we approach the end of the UN’s 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Framework.