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A new policy paper calls for continued freedom of movement, and claims music helps promote the values that unite Europeans, such as equality.
The META Foundation announces the official opening of Valletta Contemporary (VC) – Malta’s newest space for contemporary art. The gallery, which is located on East Street in Valletta, opened its doors to the public on April 13.
The Estonian government at the discussions of the budget strategy for the next few years decided that the minimum pay of culture workers paid from the budget of the Ministry of Culture may rise to 1,250 euros from 2019.
The two-day Slovenian-Russian Cultural Forum, the first such meeting designed to boost cultural links between the two nations, came to a close in Ljubljana on Thursday with officials noting the many opportunities to enhance cooperation, in particular in the area of film.
Our Diversity Director Abid Hussain blogs about his own experience of class and social mobility, and how we’re embarking on a social mobility measurement pilot with the University of Leeds and the AHRC.
The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) celebrates its 150th anniversary as a beacon of art and culture in Exeter by recreating their inaugural, 1868 Carnival of Animals.