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The performing arts are facing two worldwide, seismic shifts. COVID-19 has forced us to find new ways of doing business so we can reopen safely for artists, audiences and our staff. At the same time, we find ourselves centre stage in the activism for racial and social justice.
Following a meeting of the Executive on (Thursday 6th August 2020) it was announced that Theatres and Concert Halls can re-open from 8th August 2020.
Today, on August 6, the government approved a proposal for a salary subsidy for the leaders of the groups participating in the song and dance festival movement.
The Lithuanian Culture Council would like to ensure that, as the state of emergency continues in the country, it continues to take the position that the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and the related circumstances that have required institutions, organisations and recipients of individual and educational scholarships to change their plans. be considered as force majeure, which may lead to a review of contractual performance obligations.
Twenty venues across Scotland have received a total of £7.5m from the first strand of the Scottish Government’s £12.5m Performing Arts Venues Relief Fund.
The Saudi Ministry of Culture announced on Saturday the establishment of the board for Theater and Performing Arts Authority.