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Based on the traditional Korean mask dance, the performance of "Othello and Iago" will be broadcast live on Arko YouTube and Naver TV at 20:00 p.m. on April 3, 2020, which is newly presented by the art group Chunha Firstal Institute (CEO Huh Chang-yeol, Lee Ju-won). It will be the first live broadcast of Barrier Free in Korea as part of the Korean Culture and Arts Committee's online support project, and it will be broadcast live through Arko YouTube (Barrier Free) and Naver TV (Naver TV) platforms for audiences who cannot find concert halls due to COVID-19's social distance-keeping.
Our Director of Diversity, Abid Hussain, explains how we're keeping inclusivity at the heart of our response to Covid-19.
The Australia Council has today announced a Resilience Fund of approximately $5M for artists and arts organisations to support their livelihoods, practice and operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New international report demands Europe’s cultural agenda to properly support disabled artists and audiences Launching in Athens at Onassis STEGI's Interfaces in March is a new report outlining how access and inclusion needs to be at the heart of Creative Europe’s successor programme.
The first overall objective of the Call is to facilitate access to and availability of cultural facilities for people with disabilities and for children and youth with disabilities.
Como parte de las acciones para el cumplimiento de uno de los ejes prioritarios de este gobierno, que se refiere a garantizar el acceso a la cultura de todos los mexicanos y no dejar a nadie atrás, esta mañana se anunció la primera jornada Rumbos para la inclusión a realizarse en el Complejo Cultural Los Pinos, el 22 y 23 de febrero, de 10 a 17 horas.