The participants for the UK-Canada Immersive Exchange, a new talent development and co-production programme for UK and Canadian immersive technology creatives and producers, have been selected. Twenty-four participants – 12 from Canada and 12 from the UK – were chosen from nearly 500 applications. They include six creative leads from each country – a mixture of artists, filmmakers, theatre directors and visionaries – as well as six creative producers from each country, who bring with them an impressive and varied range of experiences from across the creative spectrum.
In recent months, much focus has been understandably directed towards national needs and priorities, as governments respond to the pandemic and the particularities of their contexts. However, in recent weeks, the headlines highlight renewed commitments to intergovernmental cooperation and shared regional visions.
El 9 de noviembre, Magdalena Moreno Mujica, directora ejecutiva de la Federación, participó en la mesa redonda Apoyo a la circulación de la diversidad y la creatividad, en la última edición de la serie ResiliArt de la UNESCO, copatrocinada por CINARS.
El jueves 5 de noviembre, Magdalena Moreno Mujica, directora ejecutiva de la Federación, participó en la mesa redonda Multilateralismo y diplomacia cultural durante el VII Congreso Iberoamericano de Cultura...
On 9 November, Magdalena Moreno Mujica, Executive Director of the Federation, participated in the panel discussion Supporting the Circulation of Diversity and Creativity, in the latest edition of the UNESCO ResiliArt series, co-hosted by CINARS.
On Thursday 5 November, Magdalena Moreno Mujica, Executive Director of the Federation, participated in the Multilateralism and Cultural Diplomacy roundtable during the VII Ibero-American Congress of Culture...