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The Council for Culture recommends that more institutions with an innovative cultural offer and institutions from outside the Randstad provinces be given the opportunity to find a place in the basic cultural infrastructure (BIS). Today the council issues advice on nearly 200 million euros in culture subsidies for the next four years.
Every year, the Ministry of Culture reports on the activities in the field of integration. On 28 May, the Government of the Republic approved the 2019 report of the development plan “Integrating Estonia 2020”. Next year, the sectoral development plan will come to an end. It is time for mid-term reviews and strategic goals for 2021-2030.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has launched an artist jobseeker support scheme to build on a policy launched by former Prime Minister Helen Clark.
The Federal Government will amend the Act establishing the National Endowment for the Arts to enable it to play a pivotal role in responding to the demands of the sector, which has been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic had a sudden and substantial negative impact on the arts, culture and heritage sectors. The global health crisis and the uncertainly resulting from it profoundly affected organizations operations as well as cultural workers both employed and independent across the continent.
Registration is now open for the 2020 Annual Convention and Public Art & Civic Design Conference! This newly virtual convening, happening June 23-25 from the comfort of your home, is the chance for arts leaders across the country to gather virtually and better understand the current health crisis, how we are responding to it, and how the arts field can move toward recovery.