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The Arts Council welcomes news from the NI Executive that £29m has been allocated to help the arts and cultural sectors in Northern Ireland endure the Covid-19 pandemic.
59 venues across Scotland have received a total of £4.74million from the open call for applications to the Scottish Government’s Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund through Creative Scotland. This follows £7.5m previously awarded to 20 venues through the targeted part of the fund.
Arts Council England commissioned Nordicity, in association with World Pencil, to undertake an evaluation of the In Harmony programme. Building on the significant body of work in evaluating various components of In Harmony, this is the first evaluation of the programme as a whole.
On Thursday, September 24, the government decided to tighten restrictions on the organisation of public events due to the spread of the coronavirus. The number of people allowed for indoor events will also be reduced. The restrictions will take effect on Tuesday, September 29th.
Twelve Creative Europe Desks, including Desk Kultura Hrvatska, joined forces to promote new connections between representatives of the cultural and creative sectors from across Europe and organised a series of online events called "Matchmaking with Creative Europe".
With leaders gathering from around the world for the United Nations General Assembly, a key focus will be on the steps that need to be taken to ensure a strong, fair response to COVID-19, and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.