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The Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi) presented the city's five-year Cultural Sector Strategy to officials, specialists and media on Thursday at the Abu Dhabi Cultural Agenda exhibition at Manarat Al Saadiyat
There has been preliminary agreement between the Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Education to include culture and arts in the curriculum of government and private schools in the Kingdom.
Dubai has always been a visionary city, historically, thanks to its visionary leadership and people and its open, tolerant culture. Today, following the same principles, Dubai ranks at the forefront of development, smart governance, financial services, business and tourism in the region.
H.H. Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, has been briefed by representatives of the Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi,DCT Abu Dhabi, on the Culture achievements to date and planned milestones of Abu Dhabi’s five-year Culture Sector Strategy.
In 2016, the first Countess Report was released, with the financial support of The SHEILA Foundation. It revealed in detail what the Countess blogspot first started reporting in 2008 - that an imbalance of power existed in the Australian art world. Men held more positions at senior levels and male artists were significantly better represented across the sector, despite 75% of art school graduates being female.
Landmark change to government funding of performing arts in Australia was ushered in at last Friday’s meeting of Arts and Cultural Ministers. The endorsement of the new National Performing Arts Partnership Framework (the new Framework) marks a pivotal point of evolution, significantly updating the funding model of the last 20 years and promising more flexibility, transparency and accountability in our country’s arts funding.