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La descentralización es uno de los puntos sobre los cuales insistirá la Secretara Nacional de Cultura en el 2015, subrayó ayer la ministra Mabel Causarano, durante la presentación del informe de gestión 2014, en que resaltó la elaboración del Plan Nacional de Cultura.
UNESCO Director-General, Irina Bokova, designated 28 cities from 19 countries, as new members of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.
The World Cities Culture Forum has highlighted the different ways that culture can transform the lives of individuals and communities in a report published this week. The Transformational Cultural Projects Report focuses on the social impact of culture, as well as the economic benefits it can bring. Case studies from 20 cities including London, Buenos Aires, Shanghai and Istanbul illustrate these impacts across six themes: resilient communities; social inclusion; urban revitalisation; distinctive identity; participation; and innovation.
The Art Gallery of Western Australia has launched a new website as part of a six-year visual arts project to celebrate the Indigenous art of the Kimberley made possible through a $1.8 million, six-year partnership with Rio Tinto.
Con el fin de articular y fortalecer a las organizaciones culturales que contribuyen a los proceso de desarrollo comunitario, se llevó a cabo el encuentro macrorregional de Puntos de Cultura de la Amazonía en la ciudad de Moyobamba, en la región San Martín.
Creative cities are made of creative people. Theres no successful city without creativity. It is by using these direct, truthful words that Ivo Josipović, President of Croatia and a gifted composer himself, expresses the way he feels about the importance of cultural and creative industries to the full and sustainable development of a city.