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The Arts Council has been tasked to manage a new compensation scheme targeting the cultural sector. - It is very gratifying that the Ministry of Culture now has a separate scheme that looks at the serious consequences coronavirus has had for art and culture in Norway, says Kristin Danielsen.
‘It is a very demanding time for the culture, voluntary and sport sectors, with businesses, organisations, clubs, associations and individuals seeing their income completely or partially disappear almost overnight. The Government will do what we can to help remedy the situation, and I am pleased to present a set of robust measures,’ said Minister of Culture and Equality Abid Q. Raja.
How to succeed as an artist in the new digital economy? What opportunities do Norwegian artists have for increasing their income from streaming? These were questions the Cultural Council sought answers to during two sessions at Bylarm in Oslo at the end of February.
Last week, the new visual arts project group had their first meeting. The group will contribute knowledge and experience about the visual arts field's audience, market, value chains and economic cycles into the Cultural Council's cultural economy project.
Arts Council Norway has appointed an advisory committee to identify opportunities and challenges in the arts and cultural life in the years to come.
In art, diversity is a prerequisite for quality. But we have to break with a quality concept that has several hundred years ' head start, and that job is up to us culture leaders to do.