Creative and cultural industries
Today, on March 2, the Ministry of Culture announced a repeat procurement for the study “Sustainability of Creative Industries”. Applied research seeks to identify policy recommendations for the sustainability of the creative industries, including the development of basic principles for the governance and funding of the creative industries.
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 Arts Council of Northern Ireland, on behalf of Department for Communities (DfC) and in collaboration with Future Screens NI, has announced details of 1,562 individuals working in the Creative Economy, who are set to benefit from £6,910,794 of emergency funding.
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.
Cultural and creative sectors (CCS) have been hit hard by the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. This study analyses the so far effects of the crisis on the CCS, as well as the policy responses that are formulated to support the sectors. Based on the analysis, policy recommendations are formulated to further improve the resilience of the CCS in Europe in the medium and longer term.
The Lithuanian Culture Council has allocated funding for projects in the Cultural and Creative Industries.