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The Australia Council is pleased to partner with the Institute of Community Directors (ICDA) and Our Community to publish the Arts and Culture Governance Spotlight Report. The report highlights the unique nature of our sector but also provides an effective comparison and benchmark with other not-for-profit companies and organisations.
In 2020, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Culture is organising the first edition of ‘Art Residency | Albalad’, a new residency programme in the vibrant, historical district of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Art Residency | Albalad supports the creative development of exceptional art practitioners through fully funded residencies that provide dedicated time and space, considered collaborations, and a supportive working environment.
A research team of artists, scientists and clinicians will investigate “the impact and scalability of arts interventions” on the physical and mental health of more than 800 patients.
In a complex world in which arts, science and technology are interlinked and multidisciplinary processes are becoming increasingly important in the face of global and societal issues, the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia and the Swiss Polar Institute have jointly launched a pilot project named PolARTS. For Pro Helvetia, this represents a first step in its support of innovative models of production and collaboration between the arts, sciences and technology.
The field of arts and culture is at the core of philanthropy, and is among the most important areas of funding for philanthropic organisations in Europe. This mapping, produced by the EFC's Arts and Culture Thematic Network, sheds light on how activities carried out by the organisations engaged in this field are diverse in both themes and approaches, covering different sub-areas and with a clear interest in multidisciplinary arts and crosscutting areas and issues.
Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik (pic) said this was among the suggestions received from the National Education Policy review committee. “We are not going to put our students into Science and Arts (streams) anymore. “In a new curriculum we will implement, we will not only emphasise Science, but also Arts (and culture) because knowledge is one; it cannot be compartmentalised and should be integrated instead,” he said yesterday at the “Open Dialogue on Malaysian Education with Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik”.