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Se celebró una nueva Reunión de Ministros de Cultura del Mercosur en Montevideo, en el marco del ejercicio de la Presidencia Pro Tempore que asumió Uruguay este semestre. Participaron de la reunión las más altas autoridades de Cultura de los Estados miembros (Argentina, Brasil, Paraguay y Uruguay) y de los Estados asociados (Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Perú). Uno de los hitos de la reunión fue el lanzamiento oficial de la "Biblioteca Virtual Clásicos del Mercosur", a cargo del director de la BNU.
Merged with CULTUROPOLIS: International Days on Cultural Rights, the 2022 edition of the Beyond the Obvious conference will take place in Barcelona, 16-19 November. Co-organised by the Culture Institute of Barcelona and Culture Action Europe (CAE) and in partnership with the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), this international gathering will host academic congress, open debates, participatory formats and project marketplace on lines of work focused on rights to access and participation in cultural life, cultural work, sustainability, diversities, participation and communities and digital environments.
£43.5 million investment is being made in Levelling up, as Arts Council England backs art, culture, and creativity for more people in more places, across the country. In total, 990 organisations will receive a share of £446 million (each year) ensuring that more people in more places can find fantastic, fulfilling art and culture on their doorsteps.
Currents of Change: Redefining Cultural Diplomacy for the Future We Need report summarizes the Salzburg Global Fellows’ discussions at its latest arts and culture session. From July 4 to 8, 2022, Salzburg Global Seminar hosted Currents of Change: Redefining Cultural Diplomacy for the Future we Need, and brought together over 60 artists, diplomats, policymakers, and academics, representing 30 countries. Together, they considered the potential for art as a force to improve the world and provided recommendations for reimagining the role that cultural diplomacy and relations can play in bringing us closer to the future we need.
Creative practitioners, organisations and communities across Victoria will have access to upgraded spaces to create and present their work, thanks to the Victorian Government’s Creative Neighbourhood Infrastructure Support Program. Grants totalling over $1 million have been awarded to 11 projects – from workshops to collaborative spaces to mobile studios – supporting creatives to do their best work.