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Destacados(as) responsables de políticas públicas, investigadores(as), gestores(as) y profesionales de las artes, la cultura y demás sectores relacionados se reunirán en Estocolmo, Suecia, del 3 al 5 de mayo de 2023, con ocasión de la 9ª Cumbre Mundial de las Artes y la Cultura.
On Wednesday, at the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies hearing on the FY 2023 budget, Chairs Dr. Maria Rosario Jackson of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and Shelly Lowe of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) announced their intentions to establish Chief Diversity Officer positions within their respective agencies.
On Wednesday 8 June, the Arts Council of Northern Ireland chaired a panel on Arts and Disability at The Harkin Summit in Belfast, only the second time ever that this leading conference has been delivered outside the USA.
Museums and the culture sector are to play a key role in delivering the new Anti-Racist Wales Action Plan, which has been published by the Welsh Government this week.
"Every year, the month of June is celebrated as LGBTQ+ Pride Month throughout our nation. Pride is a community celebration of acceptance, identity, and belonging..."
This year, the Nordic Culture Fund is hosting a seminar on artistic freedom at the Gothenburg Book Fair. At the seminar, current trends and challenges regarding artistic freedom of expression will be discussed from a Nordic and global perspective.