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Tasmania's reputation as a vibrant cultural and creative hub is flourishing and the Hodgman Liberal Government recognises the role the industry plays in attracting people to visit, live and work in our State.
As Canadian museums grapple with how to make space for Indigenous voices and perspectives, a new initiative is aiming to give them a boost.
Within the framework of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the informal meeting of the EU Ministers of Culture took place on 16 April 2019, at the Palace of Parliament, in Bucharest.
Imagine this. While listening to your favorite song, you search the web for the lyrics, copy a few lines, and post them to your social media accounts.
Today the Council of the European Union gave its green light to the new Copyright Directive which will bring concrete benefits to citizens, the creative sectors, the press, researchers, educators, and cultural heritage institutions.
British authors and illustrators of colour are consistently under-represented in the publishing industry, according to the findings of a groundbreaking new report, released today.