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The $55 million arts and culture package will also defray the cost of rent, wages and training.
The COVID-19 pandemic has meant the closure and cancellation of every arts event in the country. Not least among the challenges is the extreme uncertainty that we are dealing with.
In reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia is launching a call for projects for new formats that enable art production and reception to continue despite restrictions on mobility and gatherings. With its call for projects named «Close Distance», Pro Helvetia is inviting cultural practitioners and institutions to use the current lockdown as an opportunity to develop new formats that do not require mobility.
The Covid-19 pandemic has drastically reduced our mobility within a very short time, in some cases down to zero. Cultural life in public has ground to a halt. This unprecedented situation is posing great problems for the arts and cultural scene and requires innovative solutions.
Today the Arts Council of Wales has released more information on our Arts Resilience Fund, including the support available for individuals and organisations to help them through the Coronavirus crisis.
The aim of Taike's new expert service is to strengthen the use of art in the social and health sectors. For artists, it opens up employment opportunities. Taike has selected two art experts for the five-year pilot: Pia Houn, Doctor of Theater Arts, and Isto Turpeinen, Doctor of Dance.