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A series of future focused, interactive webinars helping you to find your way through the 'how' and 'why' of making and presenting work digitally.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), is launching Legacy: Recent Acquisitions of the IDB Art Collection, its first entirely virtual exhibition, which focuses on climate change and sustainability, gender equality, and economic recovery. These works, in a variety of media by artists from a dozen countries, encapsulate the true ethos of our collection: that art is one of the most powerful tools for transformation.
The commissioning programme is part of BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine initiative, which has brought the arts into people’s homes during lockdown. The twelve new commissions will champion the work of disabled artists by helping them produce work when some may have been self-isolating, and provide a platform to explore their experiences of living through Covid-19.
Llegar a aquellos territorios donde el acceso a internet no es aún una realidad extendida, y que espectadores del Centro Cultural de Alto Hospicio, del Teatro Municipal de Temuco y del Centro Cultural de Coyhaique puedan disfrutar -al mismo tiempo- de un espectáculo presentado en el Teatro Municipal de La Pintana, será una realidad gracias a la red cultural digital que durante este año conectará por fibra óptica a 100 centros culturales de todo el país.
It finally happened: The next federal budget will include a refundable tax offset for videogame development. This is Australia’s only federal incentive for game development since the axing of Screen Australia’s Interactive Games Fund in 2014, and the country’s first federal tax incentive for game development ever. The policy has been announced as part of the Digital Economy Package, overseen by Superannuation, Financial Service and the Digital Economy Minister Hon Jane Hume MP.
After a successful first partnership in International Museum Day 2020, ICOM and five Wikimedia associations continue their cooperation to boost the visibility of museums in Wikipedia, Wikidata and more.