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Con la participación de representantes de diversas entidades públicas y privadas ligadas al Arte y la Educación, este jueves 17 de agosto en dependencias de la Biblioteca Regional de Antofagasta, la Seremi de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio junto a la Seremi de Educación, desarrolló la jornada regional para la Política Nacional de Educación Artística 2024-2028.
The distinct way in which people from a particular community stitch a fabric together, weaving in different patterns, or their beliefs and rituals, how they know which plants and herbs to use to treat certain illnesses are all part of their intangible cultural heritage passed down from generations. These practices and knowledge give communities a sense of identity and belonging. They can also be a source of income through trade and tourism.
Works from Wales’ national contemporary art collection will be dispersed in galleries across the country under plans unveiled by the Welsh Government. The government has made establishing a National Contemporary Art Gallery one of its key commitments.
After Sweden, it is time for Spain to take over the baton of the rotating Presidency of the Council of the EU, the body representing the 27 governments of the bloc. The Spanish Presidency will run until 31 December. It comes at a crucial time for the EU, when institutions are trying to agree on as many dossiers as possible before the end of the legislative term in about 10 months time. With national snap elections upcoming on 23 July, however, many fear this might cause some uncertainty under the EU’s roof as well.
A new report from King’s in collaboration with the World Cities Culture Forum analyses how city policymakers around the world supported culture through the pandemic, and the implications for the future.
The first edition of the DutchCulture Congress focuses on international cultural cooperation in municipalities and provinces. What opportunities are there for makers and how can you help them? What are the benefits of internationalisation for your municipality/province and how active are artists, performers and companies from your area? That and more will be discussed in detail on Thursday 14 September. A day full of workshops and in-depth sessions, with which local and regional policymakers are informed and inspired to invest in internationalisation within local cultural policy. In short: 'Local policy, boundless ambitions!'