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ASEF culture360 and ArtsEquator are pleased to present the key findings of the Arts Media Ecosystem Research, a mapping of the state of the arts media in Cambodia, Malaysia and Singapore. This pilot research, hopes to be a first step towards a comprehensive map of the arts media landscape for the rest of Southeast Asia.
This report summarises the Swedish Arts Council's work with the crisis support that the authority has distributed for cancelled and postponed events as well as for special needs in cultural life. In 2020, the Swedish Arts Council distributed a total of SEK 1,172,383,775 for these purposes.
Human development has been spurred by changes in technology. But so has inequality. Today's staggering inequalities began to appear with the industrial revolution. The pace of technological change is accelerating due to digitalization and frontier technologies. New technologies can have severe downsides if they outpace a society's ability to adapt.
We’ve produced this document, which provides guidance on ways in which territorial authorities can continue to support arts and culture through their long-term plans, and why doing so is important. Arts and culture play a vital role in enabling thriving communities. We encourage arts communities to share this document with their council, and to help them engage in their council's long-term plan consultation process.
New York City has a world-renowned arts, entertainment and recreation sector, featuring celebrated performance venues, museums and sports teams as well as innovative artists and centers of creativity. The City’s identity as a cultural powerhouse that provides unparalleled offerings and fosters new and established artists is a magnet for individuals and businesses to locate here, making the sector vital to the City’s economy.
Following the introduction of COVID-19 restrictions in March 2020, the impact on Scotland’s creative sectors has been severe. Alongside our emergency funding programmes Creative Scotland has undertaken and commissioned a range of research to gauge the scale and pattern of these impacts for those working in the sector as well as the views of the public as participants and audience members. This work supports discussions with Scottish Government and partners on the scale and nature of support which may be required in the future.