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This report analyses the activities and objectives of registered charities in England and Wales involved in ‘arts, culture, heritage or science’ (ACHS) with a particular focus on arts and culture. The analysis applies natural language processing and clustering techniques to the information that charities provide when they register. This allows for a more detailed understanding of what charities are doing, and what they are trying to achieve, than is available from existing classifications. The work produces an automatically-generated taxonomy of keywords used by ACHS charities.
There is no sector in the global economic ecosystem which hasn’t been impacted by the current COVID-19 crisis. The performing arts sector, for many obvious reasons, has been hit hard: with an immediate and catastrophic impact on the most fragile part of the value chain - artists, and with significant snow-ball effects rolling out for the rest of the sector. We have circulated a survey among our members, to get a grip on how the new reality has affected them so far. There is an abundance of surveys flying around in the cultural sector these days. The purposes of ours are to sense the spirit embracing the global performing arts community today, to detect the solidarity mechanisms and survival strategies, as well as to identify the most burning needs and transform them into sensible recommendations for policy-makers.
The Japan Foundation Annual Report 2018 is now available! It reviews the activities and programs implemented from April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019.
This toolkit provides useful guidance and resources for private and public organisations to prepare for and design data-sharing initiatives.
A new book tackling the future of cultural policies Les éditions KEA launch their second publication The Future of Cultural Policies to mark the 20th anniversary of the company. For over two decades KEA has been scrutinizing firsthand the evolution of EU policies in the field of culture. This new book by Philippe Kern approaches the role cultural policy plays in a fast-changing world. It explores the evolution of cultural policies worldwide.
This report looks at how policymakers can support inclusive forms of innovation, drawing on insights from strategies and practices in South-East Asia.