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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.
ART HONG KONG, a four-day international art and culture gala, kicked off on Wednesday, aiming to enhance cultural exchanges between the East and the West. Under the theme of "Tradition and Modernity," the gala comprises a large-scale art exhibition, an inspiring series of international art forums, an array of community-engaging workshops and masterclasses, and daily educational guided tours.
DRIS – Co-creating intercultural societies is a project funded by Creative Europe that aims at promoting intercultural dialogue and new anti-racism narratives through artistic participatory processes involving social and cultural agents. One of the main outputs of the project is the DRIS Intercultural Dictionary which is now available in 5 languages (English, Spanish, Italian, German, Arab), and incorporates words that might be useful to better understand and enhance intercultural competences.
The publication provides the context, references and examples of where and how dance intersects with environmental sustainability, and which set of actions can lead to effective action. Both executive summary and full publication are available for download.
El Ministerio de Cultura y Deportes se constituirá como querellante adhesivo, en el nuevo proceso de presunto tráfico ilícito de 166 piezas arqueológicas prehispánicas, las cuales fueron encontradas en el vehículo de dos personas extranjeras (una de ellascuales está ligada a proceso por el delito de tráfico ilícito de piezas patrimonio cultural) en Antigua Guatemala, el pasado domingo 13 de noviembre. Fueron incautadas 28 donas, 25 piedras de moler, 11 figuras amorfas, 19 figuras antropomorfas, 11 cuencos de piedra, dos yugos, cinco yunques de materiales, diez piedras tipo hongo, dos piezas con forma de tapón, 31 manos de moler, 12 esferas y diez morteros.