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Finna.fi, a service combining material from Finnish archives, libraries and museums, publishes its open application programming interface at api.finna.fi. Finna.fi combines material from a number of different organisations and includes photographs, works of art, books, magazines, articles, maps, objects, sound recordings, sheet music, video and more. Through the API, anyone can access the metadata for almost 9 million entries in the Finna.fi service.
In March IFACCA will launch its exciting new website. While the transition is underway our current site and all its resources will remain available, but we will not be adding any new items. There will also be a break in the delivery of ACORNS. However, when ACORNS returns it will be in a great new format and it will take you to the new site, where you can find new and existing material. The redesign has taken over 15 months of planning and we have strived to incorporate things that work well from the current site and newsletter, as well as introduce a huge variety of improvements in functionality and design. We hope you will enjoy them both.
Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and The Asia Foundation's Books for Asia program, Let's read it together, has launched the online electronic library programme.
O que será que Gilberto Gil, B Negão, Jorge Mautner e o cordelista Mestre Bule-Bule pensam sobre cultura? Para destacar algumas das ideias de pensadores e fazedores de cultura do Brasil, o MinC Reportagem elaborou a série de vídeos Culturalmente, disponibilizada em seu canal de youtube.
The Canada Council for the Arts is developing a strategy to support the arts sector in its ongoing adaptation to the digital transformation. The strategy will aim to ensure the arts sectors adaptability, sustainability and capacity in a digital age.
The Shanskar Bharati Manipur Naba Wareppa will be holding a data collection programme on culture from December 20-30, announced theatre director Naba Wareppa today.The main objective of the programme will be to identify the genuine organisations or registered bodies working on the art and culture of the State, he informed.