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El ministro de Cultura y Deporte, José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes, ha mantenido una ronda de reuniones con más de 30 representantes del mundo de la cultura: del ámbito de las artes escénicas, el cine, la música, el libro y los representantes sindicales del sector. Mañana continuará con las Bellas Artes e Industrias Culturales.
The Culture recovery Fund aims to enable artists, intermittent workers, operators and private cultural spaces, to overcome the economic difficulties they encounter, in particular in terms of cash flow, due to the spread of the Covid19 virus.
How can we cope with social distancing? How can we protect ourselves, but also others? How can we protect ourselves and our families without neglecting others? Over the last few days, everyone, governments included, have had to ask themselves these questions: are we going to act together or will it be every man for himself when things get worse?
Unesco Sweden, Freemuse, Konstnärernas Riksorganisation and the Swedish Arts Council invite you to a digital breakfast seminar discussing the current state of artistic freedom globally. The seminar will be livestreamed 15th of April, 09.00–10.45.
Make the most out of the home office and revisit NEMO’s European Museum Conference 2019 in a publication that gathers texts from all speakers, slammers and workshop leaders. NEMO wants to inspire museums to lead the way and become key players in creating a sustainable and equitable future and planet.
The web panel, initiated by the master Performing Public Space in Tilburg, invites you to join a discussion about the possible impact of the current global health crisis (COVID-19) on artistic and cultural interventions in public space on Friday April 3, 14.00-15.00.