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The National Arts Council (NAC) announced today a new framework for Arts Spaces to support the development needs of a growing and increasingly diverse arts sector, including new and emerging artists and arts groups.
Public art projects to be developed in locations throughout Scotland have been given a boostthanks to funding from the Scottish Arts Councils new Public Art Fund. A total of 466k of National Lottery funds have been allocated to the projects which will investigate the possibilities for public art within beaches, woodland, schools, parks and a library, and include practice such as dance, performance, music and film along with visual arts.
At the ceremony, to launch a cultural centre, during theatre week, Minister of Culture Dr. Mohammed Abu-Bakr al-Maflhi called for a new theatrical era in Yemen. The ceremony was attended by the Deputy of Culture Minister, Dr. Ahmed Salim al- Qadhi and the Undersecretary of the Ministry for the Arts and Theater sector, Najeeba Haddad.
China's Ministry of Culture orders a national safety sweep on all cultural and performance facilities following a fire at an illegal dance club in southern China, just across the border from Hong Kong, which killed 43 mostly young people and injured 88.
The Ministry of Culture is moving swiftly to address the shortage of venues to host major cultural shows across Barbados to allow the government to achieve its goals of unleashing the creativity in Barbadians.
Analyses whether and how municipalities influence each other in this decision to spend resources on the arts.