La secretaria de Cultura del Gobierno de México, Alejandra Frausto Guerrero, informó hoy en conferencia de prensa virtual que la dependencia a su cargo trabaja de manera coordinada y estrecha con autoridades argentinas para llevar a cabo un programa ejecutivo de cooperación bilateral en un amplio campo de acciones en todos los ámbitos de la cultura.
The COVID-19 pandemic has deeply impacted economies, societies and political systems worldwide. Culture as a sector and as a practice in international relations has not been exempted either. Indeed, the social, political and economic characteristics of the pandemic have had deep implications for culture and its role in international relations.
The ninth edition of Singapore Art Week (SAW) concluded on 30 January, marking the end of its first blended edition. Held across nine days from 22 January, Singapore’s pinnacle visual arts event showcased over 100 programmes presented by more than 300 independent artists and curators, celebrating the coming back together of Singapore’s vibrant arts community following the country’s gradual lifting of restrictions this year. Art took over both the physical streets and digital realm, welcoming both Singapore and international visitors to start off the year with a vibrant art-venture.
The COVID-19 pandemic remains a severe health emergency that has caused great suffering and hardship across the African continent and globally. The African Union however is committed to ensure all its member states benefit are part of, and benefit from the continental efforts to prevent and contain the pandemic especially with the rollout of the vaccination programme.
The 38th ordinary session of the African Union (AU) Executive Council, which comprises ministers of the 55-member pan-African bloc, opened on Wednesday in the framework of the 34th AU summit.
South Korea's Culture Minister Park Yang-woo is set to chair a six-day UNESCO online meeting aimed at boosting cultural diversity, the ministry said Monday.