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Ben Thomson, the Chair of Creative Scotland, has written to the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport regarding concerns about declining revenue from the National Lottery. We publish the letter in full here
During the Clinton presidency democratic strategist James Carville, was fond of saying, “It’s the economy, stupid.” Much the same could be said today. The stimulus and all the federal policies in the world will not help if all we do is prop up the old economy. It is rather the new economy, the creative economy begging for attention. When John Howkins first reported on The Creative Economy in his book by the same name in 2001, he was talking mostly about the industries we knew well like publishing, theater, theatrical films, music and dance, painting, television and so on.
South Korea's exports of culture content and leisure service-related goods posted double-digit growth in the first seven months of the year on the back of the popularity of K-pop, government data showed Sunday.
Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture minister Makhosini Hlongwane yesterday said the government was keen to revamp the creative sector into an industry that will contribute to the country’s economy.
On Tuesday 17 October 2017 the National Arts Council of Namibia hosted a partnerships agreement meeting, on behalf of the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture of the Republic of Namibia.
President João Lourenço Monday in Luanda spoke of the need for the municipalisation of the cultural services, through the construction of infrastructure in the communities.