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While the need to foster cultural equity is not new, recent events have further confirmed its urgency, and this month’s headlines have highlighted how different actors worldwide are responding to work towards a more equitable future.
Solidarity and shared purpose have informed the international arts and culture sector’s response to COVID-19 in recent months, despite the very different realities in which we all operate.
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.
This week we are pleased to share with you Supporting Culture in the Digital Age, which we have developed with external expert author Octavio Kulesz.
In the last month arts and culture sectors worldwide have been radically transformed with the entire cultural value chain – from creation to production, distribution, access and participation – inconceivably disrupted.
This month, the headlines for arts and culture reflect the headlines in general, as the world responds to the spread of COVID-19.