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In 2018, the Commission will make comprehensive proposals for the next generation of financial programmes for the post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework, which is the EU's long–term budget.
On 2 January, Minister of Culture Indrek Saar and Ago Tuuling, the Chairman of the Management Board of the Confederation of Estonian Employees' Unions (TALO), signed the salary agreement for cultural workers for 2018. The agreement calls for increasing the gross minimum wage of cultural workers to €1,150 a month as of this year.
The quality of Fijian made art has recently improved a lot, fuelling more work to create markets for its sale on the internet.
The National Center for Arts Research (NCAR) at Southern Methodist University today released a new report detailing financial health of arts organizations in the U.S.
La consultora IDC, ganadora de la licitación pública 1725-94-LE17 a cargo de la Secretaría de Economía Creativa del Consejo Nacional de la Cultura y las Artes, se encuentra realizando un estudio de caracterización económica de los agentes del sector creativo, para el cual se está llevando a cabo un levantamiento de datos a través de encuestas a agentes del sector, tanto personas naturales como instituciones con personalidad jurídica.
STUDENTS from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS) are at the forefront of one of the fastest growing industries in the UK, contributing billions to the national economy. Employment in the UK’s creative industries is growing at four times the rate of the UK workforce and this sector outpaces the 12 largest industries of the UK economy. In Scotland, creative industries contribute £4.6 billion to the economy and employ 73,600 people – it is now larger than life sciences and sustainable tourism in terms of GVA (Gross Value Added) and employs more people than the energy sector.