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The Arts Council has announced that it is offering funding of almost €10 million to 166 artists and arts organisations as part of its Arts Grant Funding (AGF) programme. The grants are for Artists’ Support; Arts Participation; Circus; Dance; Festivals & Events; Film; Literature; Music; Opera; Spectacle; Theatre; Traditional Arts; Venues; Visual Arts and Young People, Children, and Education.
As the Minister for Education, Culture, Sport and Youth explained today, the composition of the Advisory Committee on the establishment of a State Department and on matters relating to culture policy, in terms of gender, arose by chance. The Committee shall consist of personalities selected on the basis of the project, knowledge and their involvement in cultural affairs...
Under the Creative Europe program (2014-2020), audience development was one of the priorities that enabled European artists and cultural operators to deepen their relationship with existing audiences, expand and increase audiences.
The Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces will soon launch a three-year research project on universal design and accessibility in the cultural heritage. This is done in close collaboration with KADK and the Bevica Foundation.
Join the Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces' webinars on culture in vulnerable housing areas, where you can hear more about the experiences that the first three projects have had. It is free to attend the webinars.
The national user and use survey in the museums has been completed, and the results have been compiled in two reports. The reports provide an insight into who visits the museums, their motivation, what offers in the museums they use and the impression they are left with after the museum visit.