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China's Ministry of Culture and Tourism has permitted for small-sized commercial performances to take place in COVID-19 low-risk areas, while medium- and large-sized performances are still suspended.
Now that we are all under the yoke of COVID-19, compelling us to reconsider how we approach presenting shows in the performing arts, CINARS took the initiative of launching an extensive worldwide study, using its contact network estimated at more than 30,000 professionals.
Como seguimiento a los trabajos iniciados entre autoridades de la Secretaría de Cultura y colectivos Asamblea por las Culturas, No vivimos del aplauso y Movimiento Colectivo por la Cultura y el Arte de México (MOCCAM), se inició la revisión puntual del listado de personas en situación de emergencia por el COVID-19, entregado por la comunidad artística, en el marco de la propuesta nombrada “Contigo en la confianza”.
Key national theaters and art companies are coming back to life to resume shows, ending their nearly two-month closure over the coronavirus pandemic.
Global lockdown measures have generated a wave of digitalisation, and the performing arts have undoubtedly been pulled in with it. As it is not that obvious for the live arts to jump from the real life domain to the Internet, we need to ask ourselves: what does this mean for the future of our sector? Based on the key findings of a short but effective survey we circulated among our members, this report compiles 7 key points covering the concerns with digitalisation and how to go about it effectively.
Minister of Culture dr. Sc. Nina Obuljen Koržinek held a video meeting with the leaders of national festivals in the field of performing arts on the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on this year's events and the adaptation of the program to new conditions.