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Analysis shows cultural and creative activity contributed $115.2 billion to Australia’s economy in 2017–18.
The Wallace Foundation today released Navigating Uncertain Times: A Scenario Planning Toolkit for the Arts & Culture, a scenario planning toolkit developed by AEA Consulting to help arts and culture organizations approach planning for a future likely marked by increased uncertainty and complexity, including the far-reaching effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the response to the need for racial and social justice, climate change, emerging technologies, as well as circumstances still unforeseen.
UNESCO Montevideo promotes technical and cultural spaces to boost development based on the 2030 Agenda The Sinaloa Science Centre is launching the Virtual Seminar: "A Possible Future" to address the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) of the 2030 Agenda, which will run from 20 October 2020 to 9 March 2021. The initiative seeks to become an unprecedented space for collaboration and updating on the 2030 Agenda for museums and the educational area. In particular, it proposes museum professionals an effort of reflection and learning.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism announced Wednesday that it would inject an additional 40 billion won ($35.2 million) into South Korea’s tourism industry in the form of loans in the next two months.
On 14 October, DutchCulture signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Arts Council Korea (ARKO) in the presence of Ms. Joanne Doornewaard, Dutch ambassador to South Korea. This MoU formulates a new framework of collaboration for the cultural sectors in the Netherlands and South Korea in the next two years.
As of mid-October, nonprofit arts and cultural organizations have suffered financial loses of an estimated $14 billion due to the COVID-19 pandemic.