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The highest number of submissions have been recorded for the 15th edition of the Sheikh Zayed Book Award, as its Reading Panel reported reviewing a record 2,349 submissions across nine categories, from 22 Arab and 35 foreign countries.
The Creative New Zealand Arts Pasifika Awards 2020 recognise innovation and excellence in Pacific Arts and their contribution to the rich diversity of Aotearoa as a multi-cultural Pacific nation.
While the news around COVID-19 alert levels was welcomed this week, Creative New Zealand has made the difficult decision to not have a live in-person event for this year’s Arts Pasifika Awards, but have an online announcement and an intimate ceremony with the recipients on Wednesday 21 October.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland in partnership with BBC Northern Ireland, are calling for young, exceptional musicians from across Northern Ireland to apply for the Northern Ireland Young Musicians' Platform Award, supported by National Lottery funding and BBC NI.
Henri Loyrette, former director of the Louvre, and Sam Stourdzé, former director of the Rencontres d’Arles photography festival, are among the 12 judges of a new art award worth €150,000 in total.
Con el objetivo de impulsar y promover la creación de música popular y así contribuir a la ampliación del repertorio iberoamericano en sus diferentes géneros, incentivando estas actividades con plena libertad creativa, IBERMÚSICAS presentó el «VII Premio Ibermúsicas a la Creación de Canciones – Canciones de la cuarentena”.