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About the extraordinary support allowance for artists and other employees in the field of cultural creation, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Youth (YPPAN) announces that this will be paid to beneficiaries as soon as the checks on the applicable criteria are completed.
Artists of all disciplines and in all types of working practice, who have made a contribution to artistic activities in Northern Ireland for a minimum of one year within the last five years, may apply. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the exceptional circumstances this has created, applications are welcomed from artists who are currently in receipt of Arts Council’s support through its existing Support for Individual Artists Programme.
The pandemic has thrown into stark relief inconsistencies in how freelancers are treated, and the Good Practices In Singapore Theatre Work Group plans to fix that.
Other associations, self-governing institutions and foundations in the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Children and Education can now apply for salary compensation and compensation for fixed costs. A total of three different schemes can be applied for today.
Solidarity and shared purpose have informed the international arts and culture sector’s response to COVID-19 in recent months, despite the very different realities in which we all operate.