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The well-known Cypriot composer, Michalis Christodoulidis, gave a concert titled Myths and Music held in the Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, on the occasion of the Cypriot EU Presidency.
The development of effective, evidence-based culture policies can contribute to the global struggle for economic recovery and growth, with simultaneous benefits to society, was the conclusion of the Senior Officials on Culture Meeting organised by the Ministry of Education and Culture of Cyprus in the framework of the Cyprus Presidency. The meeting focused on "Cultural governance in a globalising world: Better governance for the cultural and creative sector" and was held on 28 and 29 August 2012 at the International Conference Centre Filoxenia in Nicosia.
IFACCA is pleased to welcome the Ministry of Education and Culture, Cyprus, as a national member.
In the next few months the Ministry of Education and Culture will promote the creation of autonomous cultural centres all over Cyprus, to help involve the citizens more in cultural issues.
The amount and quality of art produced by a community is directly related to socio-economic and political factors affecting that community.
Cypriots say they don't have enough money, time or interest in cultural activities, according to a Eurostat report published yesterday.