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The National Endowment for the Arts is offering the following guidance, based on a review and compilation of promising measures that arts organizations are taking to address COVID-19 to date. The list is not prescriptive or comprehensive. It does not supersede guidance from local, state, and national public health authorities.
This submission outlines: the impacts of COVID-19 on Australia’s cultural and creative industries and the measures taken by the Australia Council for the Arts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This report details the findings of the independent Advisory Group on Economic Recovery which was established by the Scottish Government in April 2020 to provide expert advice on supporting the different regions and sectors of Scotland’s economy to recover from the impacts of Covid-19. Published on 22 June the report contains a series of recommendations directed at both the Scottish Government and other actors in Scotland’s economy identifying interventions to support Scotland’s economic recovery and facilitate the transition towards a greener, fairer and more inclusive economy with wellbeing at its heart.
For the arts in Ireland, the coronavirus pandemic has created a paradox: they have never been more obviously needed and appreciated; yet neither have they ever faced a more profound existential threat.
The report is an attempt to document the initial initiativesactions and measures initiated and implemented by cities and local governments in order to address the impact of the crisis in the cultural life of cities. The document also drafts some of the main challenges that are being considered to ensure culture is at the heart of the response to the Covid-19 crisis.
In recent months, the COVID-19 crisis has profoundly affected societies around the world, plunging the global economy into a deep recession.