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Within a framework of Kulutra Nova Edition, the Foundation has published a collection of papers “Do it Together. Practices and Tendencies of Participatory Governance in Culture in the Republic of Croatia” in Croatian and English language. The book builds on the results of the two-year project “Approaches to Participatory Governance of Cultural Institutions” which Kultura Nova Foundation implemented with the support of UNESCO International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD).
The editors welcome contributions exploring the embodied, affective, performative, material, visual, and spatial politics of cross-border human mobilities, through arts/design as well as other disciplines and practices. Deadline for proposals: October 7th 2018
Se dice fácil y rápido, pero son ya 25 años de construir día a día el Canal Cultural de México con prestigio y calidad de clase mundial, aseguró Pedro Cota, director de Canal 22, en la celebración por el 25 aniversario de esa televisora.
Diversity Arts Australia (DARTS) and the British Council are partnering to support increased cultural diversity among arts decision makers in Australia and the UK. The work will span three streams; institutional knowledge exchange, peer mentoring among programmers, and touring opportunities for culturally and linguistically diverse artists between Australia and the UK.
If you think an arts lover looks like a grey-haired white lady trotting off to the opera, ballet or art gallery, think again. A new study of cultural consumption shows that a wide range of Canadians from diverse backgrounds and age groups are enthusiastic participants – as long as you let them define what a cultural experience is.
SBS and five of Australia’s screen agencies, including Film Victoria, Create NSW, Screen Queensland, Screenwest and South Australian Film Corporation, have created a ‘Short-Form Content Initiative’ to increase the industry opportunities available for diverse communities.