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What is the cultural life of children and young people in the Nordic countries when children and young people decide for themselves? What are the driving forces of children and young people in creation processes and how can we understand the cultural expressions in a larger context? These questions are the starting point in a new anthology from Cultural Analysis Nordic where 19 researchers present their research on children's and young people's leisure culture in the Nordic countries.
Cultural consumption is regarded as a necessity for life among Chinese, according to a survey conducted by the China Tourism Academy (CTA) and Shanghai-based Creatoo Company.
Seniors and their loved ones can look forward to an exciting line-up of programmes at Silver Arts 2019, an annual festival dedicated to celebrating seniors and creative ageing in the arts. The festival line-up captures personal stories of seniors through music and dance performances, exhibitions, films and workshops as they connect meaningfully with their peers and across generations.
In the presence of the President of the Republic, Franck Riester returned on Wednesday, July 24, to "the real turning point" that formed, the creation of the Ministry of Culture 60 years ago. "The celebration of this anniversary is an opportunity to reaffirm an ambitious cultural policy at the service of all citizens," said the Minister of Culture.
The «Nationaler Kulturdialog», a Swiss cultural policy forum, has issued a manual with various contributions on the subject of cultural participation. Pro Helvetia as a member of the forum provided one of them, entitled «Häuser und Förderung öffnen. Interkultur im Schweizer Kulturbetrieb» (opening up institutions and promotional opportunities – interculturality in the Swiss cultural scene)
Culture participation is still high in the Swedish population and differences between various groups in society still exist. This is stated in a new report from the Swedish Agency for Cultural Policy Analysis.