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Welcome to an all-day conference organized by the Culture Council and the Arts Council, with lectures and discussions on artistic freedom, the role of cultural policy and #metoo.
DutchCulture is looking for a Head of Mobility and Advice - 0,8 FTE as of 1 November 2018
The research centre will aim to “pre-empt the needless wheel-spinning, data-churning and combative cross-talking that has characterised much of the past debate” about cultural value.
The Ministry of Culture, together with the State Chancellery and the Estonian Cooperation Team, will furnish the 10th-11th August Composition Forum. The exciting program will discuss how successful, open and secure Estonia should be in 2035 and how to achieve the goals set in the community. The Department of Culture carries out group work and discussion on integration issues.
During the year's Almedals Week we organized two seminars on Tuesday 3 July, as well as a lecture and mingelfostost Wednesday 4 July. The first was about cultural policy in the various Nordic countries and followed by a panel call on the cultural gap and community building. We finished our presence in Visby with a lecture and debate in the County Administrative Board, where we together with Sweden's combined cultural authorities in the Cooperation Council invited Sir Nicholas Serota from Arts Council England.
On August 8, the RA Ministry of Culture hosted a sitting of the working group on the development of the RA Law "On Museums and the Museum of the Republic of Armenia" headed by Deputy Minister Tigran Galstyan.