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The MANIFEST open call for artists has launched. MANIFEST is looking for artists that are motivated to contribute with new artistic perspectives to re-imagine Europe’s collective memory of the transatlantic trade of enslaved people. The applications are open until November 27, 2022.
International Policy Forum of the Creative Industries will take place on Thursday 24 November 2022 at Zorlu PSM, Sky Lounge in Istanbul, Türkiye and online at the British Council Türkiye YouTube channel. The overarching theme and objective of the forum is to support the growth of the creative economy in Wider Europe by increasing the understanding of current developments and opportunities within the cultural and creative industries, presenting examples of best practice work from the UK, Europe, Turkey, the region and beyond.
The Minister of Culture and Tourism, Dr. Kossi G. LAMADOKOU, received, this Friday, November 18, 2022 at the Presidency of the University of Lomé, a batch of 18,000 books and textbooks offered by the Nana Anè XV Foundation. This important batch of books reinforces quantitatively and qualitatively the documentary collection of the Centres de lecteur et d'animations culturelles (CLAC) of Togo and contributes to the development of young people.
Con la presencia de mil artesanas y artesanos y sus acompañantes, y una invitación abierta al público en general, este 17 de noviembre de 2022 dio inicio ORIGINAL. Encuentro de Arte Textil Mexicano, movimiento que tiene por objetivo crear conciencia sobre el valor del trabajo artesanal y los derechos de la propiedad colectiva y fomentar la construcción de una nueva ética en las relaciones de las personas artesanas y sus comunidades con la industria del diseño.
On 29 November, the Nordic Culture Fund will participate in a cultural policy summit in Oslo. The meeting will gather actors within cultural policy and the cultural field in the Nordic region to discuss challenges, need and opportunities within the artistic and cultural field. As part of the Nordic Council of Ministers' 2030 Vision for a competitive and socially sustainable Nordic Region, the meeting will also focus on artistic freedom and the developmental role that art and culture can play in society. The conference will be streamed live.