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Simon Mellor, our Deputy Chief Executive, Arts and Culture, blogs about the impact of Brexit on the UK arts and culture sector, as new detail on our sector’s international relationships emerges in two new reports.
Artists of all categories in Nigeria’s creative industry are now assured of pro bono legal services from a top commercial law firm in Lagos. CORA/Arterial Network Nigeria, on Friday, February 9, 2018, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ajumogobia & Okeke, for pro bono professional legal advisory services to Nigerian artists and creative industry entrepreneurs. It comes under the initiative called Arterial Nigeria Enterprise Support Programme (ESP).
The Commission of Culture and Sports in collaboration with UNESCO organized a workshop on 19 February here in the capital on the modality of documentation of non-tangible cultural heritage.
Odile Gakire Katese is an actor, director and writer by training but also prefers to describe herself as “a cultural entrepreneur by force and professional dreamer by choice.”
The UK's burgeoning creative industries are on track to create 1,000 new jobs a week in the next decade, according to new research. As well as growing quickly, the sector is also expected to add roles which are robot-proof in the face of a coming automation wave, according to a report by Nesta and the Creative Industries Council.
Delegates from eight countries are in the island for the annual United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Creative Cities of Music Subnetwork Meeting being held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston from February 16 to 18.