Browse or search our full listing of arts and culture policy news, from IFACCA announcements, editorials and international news, to events and opportunities. Use the filters to refine your search by country, theme, topic or date.
Showing 499 results, ordered by Latest first.
Nine arts companies from across Wales have been announced as the first beneficiaries of a £1m. Arts Council of Wales scheme to promote accountability and longevity in arts organisations.
A brief summary of dance programs, policies and challenges in various countries.
Fife Council has been awarded funding from the Scottish Arts Council to appoint a Traditional Dance Development Officer to teach traditional dance in schools in the area.
India has an enviable tradition of government support for the arts, a system which requires a large bureaucracy and intricate rules to administer. A recent Delhi High Court ruling, however, threatens to establish a maximum age for performing dancers, a move which, according to Lewis Segal, would be devastating to the counry's dance community.
IFACCA's latest D'Art research request comes from the Dance Board of the Australia Council, which is looking for information on successful policies and funding programs in the dance sector. The Board will use the information to undertake an analysis of the infrastructure required to develop and sustain dance in Australia. View the full question here: English | Francais | Espaol. We expect the results may have broader international relevance. IFACCA will co-ordinate and report on the responses, so this is a great opportunity for dance funders and policymakers to share information on what works, and perhaps what doesn't! We hope you can help.
Creative New Zealand recently launched 'Moving to the Future: Ng Whakanekeneke atu ki te Ao o App', its strategy for professional contemporary dance, part of the broader 'Future Strategies' policy initiative.