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Desde su primera edición en 2017, el Encuentro Internacional Experiencias y Perspectivas en Gestión, Financiamiento y Promoción del Arte, organizado por el Centro Nacional de Investigación, Documentación e Información de Artes Plásticas (Cenidiap), ha reunido a diversas personalidades de gestión artística: agentes culturales, creadores, fundaciones y organismos internacionales, entre otros, para intercambiar experiencias en los diversos ámbitos desde donde se gestionan, financian y promueven las artes.
The Instituto Sacatar, an international artist residency in Bahia, is searching for a new EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR who can articulate the organization’s mission and the uniqueness of its programs; envision and implement environmentally responsible and sustainable ways to enhance Sacatar’s effectiveness, and successfully broaden the financial and cultural support for Sacatar’s activities.
Visual art has been used to revamp the portrayal of climate change with the aims of engaging emotions and expanding nonexperts’ psychological capacity to perceive its relevance. However, empirical evidence supporting the effectiveness of artistic representation of data as a tool for public communication is lacking.
More than 85 First Nations art centres and artists will benefit from funding this year through the Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support (IVAIS) program.
The UK Museums Association has published results and recommendations from its recent research on wellbeing among the museum workforce in the United Kingdom. The research results and recommendations are now available online.
On the morning of 20/12, the Ministry of Information and Communications held a conference to evaluate 5 years of implementation and implementation of Decision No. 1755/QD-TTg Strategy for the development of Vietnam's cultural industries to 2020, with a vision to 2030. Speaking at the opening of the conference, Minister Nguyen Van Hung said that in the Cultural Development Strategy, the Government cultural industry has also selected 12 industry groups and fields including: Advertising, architecture, software and entertainment toys, handicraft, design, film, publishing, fashion, performing arts, fine arts, photography, exhibitions, television and radio, cultural tourism.