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A new project will support over 200 UK-based artists and organisations to explore the creative potential of virtual, augmented and mixed reality technologies.
The Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft is gearing up to host the German Creative Economy Summit next March to raise the visibility of music, film, books, press, architecture, broadcasting, performing arts, design, software, games, art and advertising as these markets are still not seen as a single industry.
Nearly 800 stakeholders within the culture and arts sectors are expected to meet next month to discuss issues affecting their industry and discuss ways to resolve them.
On Friday, prior to the opening festivities of Tartu 2024 European Capital of Culture, Estonian Minister of Culture Heidy Purga (Reform), together with her counterparts from Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, and Ukraine, held several meetings to discuss cross-national cultural cooperation and exchange experiences.
The government estimates that creative industries generated £126bn in gross value added to the economy and employed 2.4 million people in 2022. A range of research is also examining the way in which creative industries and the arts can positively impact wellbeing, for example through public health interventions.
La Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura (OEI) y el Ministerio de Cultura de República Dominicana firmaron un acuerdo de colaboración, cuyo objetivo es el apoyo a la formación de gestores culturales a través del Instituto Iberoamericano de Formación y Aprendizaje para la Cooperación de la OEI, así como el intercambio de experiencias en procura del fortalecimiento del sector cultural de ese país caribeño.