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Today, the recipients of the European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage and Europa Nostra Awards were announced. The Estonian Open Air Museum has won a prestigious award in the category of education and training programs and raising awareness with the training program aimed at the owners of country cottages.
The Creative Industries Support Measure Regulation will come into force which constitutes the basis for the allocation of grants for the development of support structures, joint projects and export capacity of creative industry. This marks the completion of nearly all the preparations for the use of grants in relation to the creative industry of the EU budget period for 2014-2020 in Estonia and Enterprise Estonia will soon be ready to receive the applications.
The exhibition currently on view at the Tartu Art Museum has brought a very serious statement to the Minister's desk from the Estonian Jewish community.
Estonian film projects and events received grants in the amount of 1,031,220 euros from the Creative Europe programme MEDIA in 2014.
According to the letter of intent signed by Chairman of the Board of the Estonian Employees' Unions' Confederation (TALO) Ago Tuuling and Minister of Culture Urve Tiidus, the minimum monthly gross wages of a full-time cultural worker, receiving wages from the state budget, is at least 731 euros per month.
The Minister of Culture Urve Tiidus was in New York to take part in events related to Arvo Prt and to meet with local culture organisers.