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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.
The March 2020 issue of ACORNS was our first to address global responses to COVID-19 in the arts and culture sector. One year later, the headlines reflect the ongoing efforts of national governments and international actors worldwide to support and revive the arts and culture sector in the context of the pandemic, and to gauge and communicate its effects.
Over the last twelve months, the headlines have been understandably dominated by responses to crises, both within and beyond our sectors. In recent weeks, however, they reveal a shift as leaders worldwide begin to find space to carve out strategies for improved futures, with many looking across sectors to ensure public investment in arts and culture yields the greatest possible social benefit.
This month marks the start of the UN International Year of the Creative Economy for Sustainable Development, delivering on a resolution adopted in November 2019 which has redoubled significance in the wake of the pandemic.
We are pleased to announce that Daina Urbanavičienė – inaugural Chairwoman of the Lithuanian Council for Culture and IFACCA Board Member – has been appointed as Vice Minister of Culture for Lithuania. Ms Urbanavičienė started in her new role on Monday 5 January, which under the Federation’s Constitution concludes her tenure on the IFACCA Board. While we regret losing Ms Urbanavičienė from the Board, we warmly congratulate her on her appointment, thank her for her insightful contributions and service, and wish her every success in her new role.