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Esta mañana, en el Sitio de Memoria y Centro Cultural 1A Ycuá Bolaños, tuvo lugar el esperado encuentro, con la presencia de la ministra de Cultura, Adriana Ortiz Semidei, y los representantes de las Mesas Técnicas implementadas en los diferentes sectores, como el Libro, Artes Escénicas, Música, Afrodescendientes, Artes Visuales y Cultura Viva Comunitaria, lideradas por la Secretaría Nacional de Cultura (SNC).
The 13th Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture (FestPAC) 2024 is moving forward with determination and aroha, symbolising the resilience and unity of the Pacific region. This year's Festival carries an even deeper significance as it aims to uplift the communities devastated by the recent wildfires in Maui.
The 15-day “Performing Arts Business and Digital Distribution” workshop kicked off on Tuesday with women constituting the bulk of the participants. Women constitute over 58 percent of the participants at the workshop, a significant rise in the male-dominant sector.
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.
The first-of-its-kind music diploma in the Kingdom constitutes a quantum leap in the field of music education through training and performance, which comes in line with the country's future aspirations. The program will start in September and last for two academic years, said the Executive Director of the Music Home, Moataz Al-Shabanah, during a press conference held at the institute's headquarters in the presence of the Ministry of Culture's deputy minister of national partnerships and development, Noha Kattan. He confirmed that the program will contribute to spreading the music culture, which is a universal language and a channel for building bridges of communication with other cultures.
Promoverán circuitos artísticos y coproducciones culturales, así como acciones vinculadas con la investigación y conservación del patrimonio artístico mueble e inmueble