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UNESCO has launched a new report on the implementation of UNESCO’s Recommendation on Museums and Collections, reflecting the responses of 56 countries to a global consultation on museums launched by UNESCO, in cooperation with the International Council of Museums (ICOM) and regional experts.
To celebrate #IDPWD we take a look at what’s happening to support meaningful participation, and choice for people with disability across the arts sector.
Exchanging ideas about successes on either side of the Coral Sea can lead the way to connecting people and institutions.
The National Arts Council (NAC) shares Ms Ong Seok Khim's belief in making art an integral part of people's lives and deepening public appreciation of our artists and their works (Do more to support local artists, Nov 27).
“Rwanda is an experimental place. I suppose it is part of our DNA.” Carole Karemena, a veteran cultural manager, reflects on the reason behind the recent surge of creative energy in her native country. Having founded Ishyo Arts Centre 12 years ago with the vision of making cultural experiences accessible to all, Carole has been at the center of the creative renaissance in this eastern African country.
In letters sent to President Hassan Rouhani, First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri and the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs on Saturday, Salehi asked for a continuation of the tax exemption for those people engaged in cultural and artistic activities.