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UNESCO is calling for project proposals within the framework of The Power of Peace Network (PPN). Submitted projects should be related to the promotion of peace and dialogue, have realistic objectives, and be technically feasible.
Freedom to Create announced the opening of the nomination process for this years prestigious Freedom to Create Prize. Participants from all creative fields are being encouraged to enter the international US$ 125,000 prize. Established in 2008, the Freedom to Create Prize is a celebration of the courage and creativity of artists around the world who use their talents to promote social justice, build the foundations for open societies and inspire the human spirit.
The Australia Council for the Arts has matched tech-savvy geeks with nine selected arts organisations to help them explore a new world of digital possibilities.
The new website, www.freedomtocreate.com, isan online portal tothe organisation'sgrant-making, investments and the Freedom to Create Prize.
Cultural tourism in China is facing a golden opportunity for development with favorable policies and growing demand, a senior official said here Sunday.
The paper concludes by suggesting that under the current federal labor government arts and health may benefit from increasing recognition of the intrinsic benefits of arts participation and cultural rights.