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Arts Minister Michael Ellis launches £20 million fund for culture, heritage and the creative industries to benefit towns and cities across England.
NDACA, a Heritage Lottery Fund project delivered by Shape, chronicles the unique history of the UK Disability Arts Movement in which a group of disabled people and their allies broke down barriers, helped change the law and made great art and culture while doing so.
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.
UNESCO, in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, launched the 2018 Global Report “Re|Shaping Cultural Policies” in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on 7 June. The event, gathering representatives from public and cultural institutions, presented the most recent policy efforts at the national and international levels to promote and protect the diversity of cultural expressions.
PENANG is going to learn from a French city where famous painter Vincent van Gogh once lived. The state is partnering with the city of Arles, also a Unesco World Heritage Site, to build a new economy based on culture, according to Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.
Más de 20 millones de libros entregados a bibliotecas públicas, la construcción y la recuperación de 472 espacios culturales, también los colombianos pasaron de leer 1.9 libros al año en promedio, a leer 2,9 millones, en 2017; son algunos de los logros del Ministerio de Cultura.