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This month, the Secretariat welcomes to the team Ms Sarah Bond as its Project Manager for the 9th World Summit on Arts and Culture. Sarah is an established cultural leader who has delivered multi-disciplinary projects and has extensive experience working internationally. In 2018, Sarah launched Ho Ho Projects, a consulting agency that specialises in project management, with a focus on arts, research, mentoring, curating, international logistics, policy development and financial management.
This Friday 21 May marks the United Nations (UN) World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, which promotes culture – including diversity of cultural expressions...
In recent weeks, the headlines have shown continued focus on collective long-term thinking for the cultural and creative sectors beyond the pandemic.
On 11 March 2021, the IFACCA Board unanimously voted to reappoint Mr Simon Brault O.C., O.Q. (Director and CEO, Canada Council for the Arts) as Chair of IFACCA for a second two-year term.
El 11 de marzo de 2021, la Junta de IFACCA votó unánimemente reelegir a Simon Brault (director general del Consejo de las Artes de Canadá) para un segundo mandato de dos años.
The Canada Council for the Arts has called for proposals from international and Canadian public corporations, small businesses and independent professionals or consortia of researchers with specialised expertise, upon whom it can call to support the work of the Council’s Research, Measurement and Data Analytics (RMDA) Section.