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Today marks International Women’s Day - and thanks to our location on the globe, Aotearoa is among the first to celebrate.
Culture Summit Abu Dhabi has released the full programme for its virtual fourth edition, which will be held under the theme The Cultural Economy and the Economy of Culture. Organised by the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi), the Summit will take place from 8 – 10 March 2021. Attendance is free and open to the public, with registration now available on the Culture Summit website.
#MeToo movement demonstrated the power of the creative industries to cause a societal ripple effect for gender actions. The path to equality in the sector, however, is full of impediments such as unequal access to employment opportunities, unfair remuneration, and underrepresentation of women in leadership positions.
Last Thursday, the Otis College of Art & Design released its 2021 Report on the Creative Economy. Begun in 2007, the annual report, prepared in partnership with Beacon Economics, examines the creative economy of Los Angeles and California across five fields, including fine arts and performing arts, architecture, entertainment and digital media, creative products, and fashion.
The COVID-19 pandemic has stopped cultural tourism in its tracks. Throughout 2020 international arrivals plunged by 74% worldwide, dealing a massive blow to the sector, which faces ongoing precarity and unpredictability. Amidst international travel restrictions, border closures and physical distancing measures, countries have been forced to impose wide-spread closures of heritage sites, cultural venues, festivals and museums, some of which may never reopen.
IN CELEBRATION of the National Arts Month, the National Committee on Architecture and the Allied Arts (NCAAA) of The National Committee on Culture and The Arts (NCCA) in cooperation with CulturAid, Inc., presents SAAN KA LULUGAR? | Conversations on Spaces in a Post-Pandemic World, a blended event composed of webinars, live-stream build and a design competition.