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Over the past five years or so, the Romanian Cultural Institute has become an important force in global cultural exchanges, promoting writers, artists and especially the critically acclaimed cinema movement known as the Romanian New Wave.
Cultural Project Management in Romania: Ancuta Vameso, trainer and consultant for donors, local governments and NGOs in Romania and SouthEast Europe, interviewed by Andreea Grecu, a cultural manager based in Bucharest, previously manager of the National Cultural Fund of Romania.
Europe 2020 Strategy must fully value the potential represented by culture and creativity, said Minister of Culture and National Patrimony Hunor Kelemen in his address to the European Union Council on Education, Youth, Culture, held in Brussels.
Minister of Culture and National Patrimony Hunor Kelemen and his Bulgarian counterpart Vezhdi Rashidov had an informal meeting on Wednesday, in Bucharest, during which they tackled the topic of the common effort both countries needed to make, so that their shared cultural identity and values should be known to Europe.
The Minister of Culture, Religious Affairs and National Heritage Hunor Kelemen stated on Tuesday that one of the Ministrys priorities for 2010 was to develop a Cultural Heritage Code and to submit it to the Parliament by October.
Forty-four per cent of Romanians spent nothing on cultural activities in first half of 2009, a study made public by the Ministry of Culture shows. The study reveals consumption of culture has dropped alarmingly this year.