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DG Education and Culture has launched an open call for tender to set up a network of leading European centres and experts on culture.
A $90 million investment in the visual arts and craft sector has delivered significant benefits to individual artists and arts organisations, according to a report released by the Australia Council for the Arts.
In the 1980s, at the grey dawn of economic rationalism, the term 'Arts Industry' started to be used by economists to argue the value of the arts, as a way of indicating to a cost-cutting Australian government that culture could make money.
From April 23 to 26, the members of IETM met in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, for the Spring Plenary Meeting of the network. Almost 500 professionals of the performing arts field, from forty different countries, were there to exchange their opinions and practices on the topic Culture and Education.
The 'Declaration of Intent for the Creation of a Co-operation Framework identifies four basic principles in order to foster collaboration, namely: cooperation, innovation, research and training. The text of the agreement has now been made available in several languages on the Internet, and its authors invite other networks to join the initiative.
Redes culturales: claves para sobrevivir en la globalizacin, is a new publication by the Spanish Agency of International Cooperation for Development (AECID) that addresses networks in the framework of cultural cooperation and provides a catalogue of about 250 international artistic and cultural networks throughout the world.