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Esta mañana, en el Sitio de Memoria y Centro Cultural 1A Ycuá Bolaños, tuvo lugar el esperado encuentro, con la presencia de la ministra de Cultura, Adriana Ortiz Semidei, y los representantes de las Mesas Técnicas implementadas en los diferentes sectores, como el Libro, Artes Escénicas, Música, Afrodescendientes, Artes Visuales y Cultura Viva Comunitaria, lideradas por la Secretaría Nacional de Cultura (SNC).
The 13th Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture (FestPAC) 2024 is moving forward with determination and aroha, symbolising the resilience and unity of the Pacific region. This year's Festival carries an even deeper significance as it aims to uplift the communities devastated by the recent wildfires in Maui.
This forum was a distinguished opportunity to raise and discuss a set of important points, such as ways to enhance cooperation between the various Arab countries present and the People's Republic of China in the field of animation industry, which is today popular in the world within the framework of a participatory approach between the public and private sectors, where the Tunisian experience is witnessing a qualitative leap recently in light of the development of modern technologies and digital content. The opening day of the forum witnessed the signing of a number of agreements related to a range of different fields such as co-production of television cartoons, animated films and joint curriculum training.
In 2022, we surveyed 702 visual and craft artists and arts workers, making this the largest single scholarly survey of this cohort in Australia to date. We were interested to find out the ways artists combined income from various sources, within and beyond their art practice. Our new research identifies three key areas that need to be addressed to ensure fair remuneration for all visual and craft artists. We need to acknowledge the likely under-counting of the number of artists in Australia, the gendered nature of this population, and the complex ways artists earn an income.
The Resale Right for Visual Artists Bill has passed its third reading unanimously today, guaranteeing that visual artists reap the rewards when their work is sold on the secondary art market. The regulations to support this new legislation have now also been confirmed, giving clarity to artists on how this scheme will operate. “We are building a scheme fit for Aotearoa New Zealand, one that values the important contributions our visual artists make to our country,” Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Carmel Sepuloni said.
Caretaker Federal Minister for National Heritage and Culture Jamal Shah Saturday assured that his ministry will take exemplary measures to utilize all available resources to promote art, culture in the global arena and would focus on various welfare projects for the artist community.