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A new survey by Art Basel and UBS that looks at the pandemic’s impact on galleries found sizable staff cuts, including at galleries with net profits of $10 million or more.
Con el objetivo de ofrecer productos financieros para las micro, pequeñas y medianas empresas, así como a personas que no pertenecen a esos rubros, el Banco de Fomento Agropecuario (BFA) desarrolló la charla virtual “Financiamiento en el marco de la reapertura económica por COVID-19”, este 7 de septiembre.
On 17, August 2020 Minister Sport, Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa, announced 2nd Wave COVID – 19 Relief application process as a form of assistance to artists, athletes, technical personnel, fitness instructors / practitioners and the core ecosystem with the objective of softening the economic impact sparked by the COVID – 19 Pandemic.
Often, the most powerful forces in our lives can be the hardest to quantify. The subtle, fluctuating levels of our own wellbeing, confidence and connections are core to our happiness, our sense of security, our decision-making and much of our economic activity.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland today (Thurs Sept 3rd) opened the Organisations Emergency Programme (OEP) in a second call to arts and cultural organisations across Northern Ireland.
NATIONAL Arts Council of Zambia (NAC) will start disbursing the K30 million empowerment fund to artists on September 30.