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The Ministry of Culture gives Danish cultural institutions the opportunity to have their state operating grants paid out earlier than planned. The payments will strengthen the liquidity of the cultural institutions that are currently extraordinarily financially challenged by the corona crisis.
Applications to register as an Artist with the National Arts Council (NAC) are now open.
Josepha Madigan, T.D., Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, has acknowledged today’s statement by the Board of Galway 2020 on the difficult decisions it has had to make to scale back the operations and cultural programme for Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture, resulting from the impact of the ongoing restrictions to address the COVID-19 crisis.
The Morrison Government has today brought forward the release of $5 million from its Regional and Small Publishers Innovation Fund to support public interest journalism during COVID-19.
The culture ministry said Monday that it will extend the closure of major state-run art and history museums, libraries and theaters by another two weeks amid the country's continued social distancing drive to contain COVID-19.
Knowing that every aspect of our society is being brought into question by the global pandemic as it transforms the trajectory of our future, the Canada Council for the Arts wants to understand the impacts of this crisis on the professional arts sector.