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With museums around the world still shuttering indefinitely, the financial fallout for institutions remains to be seen. But now, a new survey from the Network of European Museum Organizations offers an up-close glimpse at how museums are coping with the closures, and what the effects on their operations have been.
The impacts of the corona crisis have been severe on museums all over Europe. In the past two weeks, NEMO has carried out a survey to look at how the situation has impacted museum budgets and operations, how museums cope in these times, how they re-organise their structures and offer new services to their audiences.
The South Korean online movie streaming service market expanded 32.7 percent last year from a year earlier on the back of rising demand for binge-watchable mobile platforms, a report showed Monday.
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.
El Ministerio de Cultura de la Nación, a través del Sistema de Información Cultural de la Argentina (SInCA), anuncia la realización de una nueva Encuesta Nacional de Cultura. Se trata de un relevamiento de alcance federal que tiene como objetivo generar información estadística de calidad sobre los diversos sectores de la cultura en Argentina: sus problemáticas principales y necesidades en general y, en particular, en este contexto actual de aislamiento preventivo obligatorio.
Culture gains importance in uncertain times of crises, it brings us together. We are seeing an unprecedented creative digital use and engagement with and through culture in the world.