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The ACP-EU Culture Programme has published on the 20th December 2019 its second call for proposals, entitled “Support for the cultural and creative sectors in ACP countries”. With a budget of 26 million euros, this call aims to promote the socio-economic development of ACP countries, by boosting the cultural and creative sector as a whole. Its priorities are increasing economic revenues from the creative sector, creating jobs linked to the cultural sector and improving accessibility, recognition and promotion of artists and their works at national, regional and international level.
The Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture (FESTPAC) is the Pacific’s largest regional cultural gathering of First Nations People and one of the largest cultural gatherings in the world. FESTPAC has been held every four (4) years since its inception in 1972 in Fiji.
CopyRightX:The GoDown is a 12 week course based on materials developed by Prof. William Fisher III for CopyrightX at Harvard Law School.
The Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC) has been committed to nurturing local arts administrative talents. It has launched two training programs held in Tate, UK in 2020-"Tate Intensive 2020 Short-term Training Scholarship" and "Tate Modern Public Project Internship Program-Hong Kong Scholarship "2020".
Arts Council Tokyo (ACT) and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government are carrying out various cultural programs ahead of Tokyo 2020 as Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL to bring excitement to this once in a life time event.
Nordicity seeks to commission a leading expert to gather emerging insight and data, conduct the necessary analysis and provide a useful assessment which explores the people-centred approach being taken within Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth.