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Many New Year’s resolutions are centred on living healthier and happier lives. To some that might mean exercising more, or eating better; to others it might mean finally learning the guitar, taking that pottery class, or to simply do things that make you happy and being kinder to yourself. An arts-related activity is often included in this mix. Why? It’s proven that participation in the arts helps us to be happy and healthy.
David Melo, Vice Minister of Culture, told the people of Caldas and especially the inhabitants of Manizales, that there will be a dedicated work by the cultural portfolio in terms of strengthening culture.
David Melo, viceministro de Cultura, le manifestó a los caldenses y en especial a los habitantes de Manizales, que habrá un trabajo dedicado por parte de la cartera cultural en lo que se refiere al fortalecimiento de la cultura.
As part of the government's new initiative "Denmark's Capital - Initiatives to Strengthen the Metropolitan Area", five new initiatives are included, which include: must strengthen the culture, architecture, sport and parks in the capital.
Culture and Fine Arts Minister Phoeung Sakona is appealing to young Cambodians to visit museums in the Kingdom to understand its culture and history after discovering that the majority of museum-goers last year were foreigners.
A new Leeds-wide network launching this week will connect clinicians and public health bodies with a broad range of arts professionals and organisations engaged in arts and health activities in the city.