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This year’s REMIX Summit (14 September) hosted by the WA Museum Boola Bardip and the Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA), explored the themes of culture, technology and entrepreneurship with a focus on the booming immersive entertainment market. Incorporating digital and hybrid physical environments, the growth and demand for immersive experiences has been dubbed “The Immersive Revolution”.
Narrowing the gap between the share of men and women who work is one of the very important reforms policymakers can make to revive economies amid the weakest medium-term growth outlook in more than three decades.
The African Research Universities Alliance (ARUA) and The Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities (The Guild) have launched a new Africa-Europe Clusters of Research Excellence (CoRE) on Creative Economies: Cultures, Innovation and Sustainability, which includes Rhodes University.
Creative UK has today launched a new Creative Industries investment fund to support the UK’s bold ambitions to grow the sector by £50 billion and create one million extra creative jobs by 2030. The £35 million Creative Growth Finance II (CGF II) fund will provide the crucial investment needed to meet the targets set out in the UK government and Creative Industries Council’s recently published Sector Vision.
The 12th Cultural Financial Innovation Conference, focusing on "Financial Empowerment for the High-Quality Development of the Cultural Industry," convened on Friday at the Beijing Cultural Industry Promotion Center, with industry leaders, experts, and representatives in attendance.
Expanded Korean Pavilion at Venice Biennale to open next year while exhibition highlighting Paik Nam-june and Korean art of past 30 years will be held at separate venue