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South Korea on Wednesday pledged to support its arts sector hit by the new coronavirus with 156.9 billion won (US$131 million) during the second half of 2020, including grants to cash-strapped artists and discount coupons for shows and events.
South Korea's annual exports of cultural goods exceeded US$10 billion won for the first time in 2019, led by gains in the games and character intellectual property (IP) sectors, a government report showed Tuesday.
ICHCAP is pleased to invite NGOs to participate in the online 2020 ICH NGO Conference: ICH on Resilience in Crisis to be held on 12 and 13 November 2020, in collaboration with ICH NGO Forum
Tomorrow July 1, the Library Law passed by the National Assembly will officially take effect. It is an important milestone for the library industry, opening a new era in the development of the country's reading culture.
Park Jong-kwan, 61, chairman of Arts Council Korea, tightened his belt. It will be used to help the Corona 19 victims by reducing the cost of operating the institution.
The pandemic has thrown into stark relief inconsistencies in how freelancers are treated, and the Good Practices In Singapore Theatre Work Group plans to fix that.