Browse or search our full listing of arts and culture policy news, from IFACCA announcements, editorials and international news, to events and opportunities. Use the filters to refine your search by country, theme, topic or date.
Showing 627 results, ordered by Latest first.
To cope with the consequences of the health crisis, the Ministry of Culture is mobilizing to support activity and professionals in the culture sector and the media.
The Municipality of Paris has adopted a plan to support artists and actors in the cultural sector affected by the coronavirus pandemic, announced Christophe Girard, deputy for culture last week. The total amount equals 15 million euros and will support associations, theatres, festivals, museums and the organisation of a month under the sign of culture in August 2020.
Through its factories, its restoration workshops and its mission of furnishing state services, the Mobilier national, created by Colbert under the reign of Louis XIV, is an essential player in the ecosystem of crafts and artistic careers. As part of a support plan for the artistic and design professions, it is now taking its full share, as the Minister of Culture wished, in a series of actions for the benefit of the sector whole.
In the current context of international health crisis, the entire cultural network abroad is working to guarantee the continuity of its services and missions.
At a time when the cultural sector is being severely impacted by the health crisis, the Minister of Culture presented, on Wednesday 6 May, the exceptional measures announced by the President of the Republic to protect cultural actors.
French president Emmanuel Macron promised guaranteed stipends for out-of-work actors and money for filmmakers whose productions have been cancelled, as part of a bailout for an arts industry shut down by the coronavirus.