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The National Theater, the National Opera and the Museum of Contemporary Art and other cultural institutions in Athens will receive funding amounting to 10,350,000 euros, the Ministry of Culture announced on Thursday, to help them manage during the coronavirus pandemic.
The possibility of lifting the lockdown after November 30 is becoming more and more remote as Greece records successive records of intubations and the dead daily move to the highest levels since the beginning of the pandemic.
Artists and other professionals in the fields of the arts and culture (including tour guides), will receive a special compensation for activity suspended and incomes lost, during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Arts Council of Greece invites artists, creators, cultural managers, technicians and artisans and producers, foundations and non-profit organizations of all kinds who live and work in Greece, as well as institutions and individuals of Greek or other origin who are active in culture and arts abroad promoting Hellenism and Greece, to join together and support with their participation...
The revenues generated by culture in the state, ie the funds generated by cultural institutions, cultural activities, tourism, societies and markets, under the memorandum agreements, the state is obliged to return to the European Central Bank.
With the coronavirus continuing to spread around the world, many events in the entertainment industry have been postponed or canceled.