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El lunes 1 de julio de 2019, representantes de la Federación participarán en la mesa redonda Cultura en la diplomacia y el intercambio internacional durante el Mercado de Industrias Creativas Argentinas (MICA).
We are pleased to publish DArt report no. 27, Major Performing Arts Organisations: A Review of the Issues for Funding Agencies.
A report on IFACCA’s mini summit on Support for Major Performing Arts Organisations, held in Australia in February 2008, was distributed earlier this week to our members. It summarises the main issues discussed at the summit.
IFACCA and the Australia Council for the Arts will host a Mini Summit on Support for Major Performing Arts Organisations in Adelaide, Australia, later this month.
We are pleased to release our latest D'Art report, Support for Major Performing Arts Organisations: Preliminary Report on Definitions and Issues, a first step in our co-hosting a mini-summit on this topic with the Australia Council for the Arts in Adelaide, Australia, in early 2008. The aim of the D’Art is twofold: to identify key senior executives in national arts councils and ministries of culture to take part in the mini-summit; and to identify key themes and issues and develop information resources for the mini-summit. The report outlines preliminary information on definitions of major performing arts organisations adopted by agencies, and a prioritised list of issues identified by the 15 respondents from 14 countries. More information on the mini-summit will be announced later in the year.
The Australia Council for the Arts and the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) plan to co-host a mini-summit in 2008 on issues relating to the support of major performing arts organisations. As a first step, we have released D'Art 27 to identify critical policy issues and locate key personnel from national arts councils and ministries of culture to inform and focus debate at the mini-summit. The query, which also provides context about the topic, is available in three languages: Support for Major Performing Arts Organisations (English), Soutien apporté aux grandes organisations d’arts du spectacle (French), and Apoyo para las Principales Organizaciones de las Artes Escénicas (Spanish).