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Given the development of the epidemiological situation and the intensified maintenance of cultural activities, parts of the recommendations related to ensuring adequate physical distance have been elaborated in more detail.
59 venues across Scotland have received a total of £4.74million from the open call for applications to the Scottish Government’s Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund through Creative Scotland. This follows £7.5m previously awarded to 20 venues through the targeted part of the fund.
The South Korean classical and theatrical scenes are preparing to launch paid online streaming services as part of their efforts to make profits amid the prolonged novel coronavirus pandemic.
This issue the headlines highlight increased investment and support for arts and culture in countries whose sectors have begun to reactivate, with many focussing on cultural infrastructure and the performing arts.
The Arts Council of Wales has warmly welcomed the publication, earlier today, of the Welsh Government’s guidelines on performing and rehearsing in the arts sector and taking part in the performing arts.
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