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Today, Minister of Culture Tõnis Lukas is on a visit to Lithuania, where a Memorandum of Understanding was signed with Lithuanian Minister of Culture Mindaugas Kvietkauskas and Latvian Minister of Culture Nauris Puntulis.
Morocco’s Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports and National Museums Foundation (FNM) are strengthening their partnership after signing three separate agreements to share and promote the cultural wealth of the country.
Manchester, Aarhus and Aalborg, which in 2019 entered into a musketeer oath to strengthen the cultural exchange between the three cities, has just handed out the second and final round of pool funds for a number of exciting cultural projects.
In the throes of COVID-19’s devastating effects on artists and communities, many are looking ahead to make sure that art and artists are integral to the social, cultural, and economic recovery ahead. Mayors, public health agencies, parks departments, and municipal government alike will need creative strategies to address: collective trauma and healing, anxieties about reentering public space, literal redesign of public safety and event formats, and reinvention of systems to address gross inequities that have put many at risk.
Since our last edition, the headlines have included numerous announcements from governments, public agencies and civil society actors about new measures, policies and programmes to support and promote arts and culture during the COVID-19 crisis; as well as signs that – in some parts of the world – the sector is entering a new phase, as some segments start to reopen. While the pandemic continues to be the dominant theme, we have been pleased to see a good number of COVID-19 updates that highlight the value of collaboration, exchange and partnership.
A partir de una propuesta de Argentina y como bloque de países alineados en Mercosur Cultural, se realizará una medición de los efectos del impacto de la pandemia del COVID-19 en las industrias culturales de la región para comenzar a diseñar políticas y estrategias acordes a las necesidades de cada país de la región.