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During this year's Frankfurt Book Fair, Arts Council Norway is hosting a seminar on the consequences and the politics of digitalization in the arts sector. Are we headed for a cultural economy where "the winner takes it all"? What happens to diversity in arts and literature if size trumps everything in the digital marketplace?
Creative economy can play a key role in supporting trade and productive capacities in developing countries, decent job creation, competitiveness, and innovation, and in encouraging the formalization and growth of micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises. In addition, the impact of digital technologies and the continued rise of creative industries are combining to drive the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It is essential that developing countries are enabled to become part of this digital-creative industries revolution.
This seminar is part of a series of seminars centred around the topic of participation that Kultura Nova Foundation is organizing in collaboration with the Cultural participation network and the Centre for Cultural Policy at the University of Leeds and the Danish research network Take Part from Aarhus University. The series of seminars (Aarhus, Leeds, Zagreb) focuses on inspecting successes and failures in contemporary approaches and strategies to participation, from different perspectives – practice, theory and policy.
A three day National Summit to be held 22-24 November 2019.
International cultural directors, artists, thinkers, scientists, critics, policymakers and funders with a focus on climate issues and who are actively invested in the topic of fair international cultural cooperation, are called upon to apply for the gathering on Friday December 6.
The Festival of Pacific Arts & Culture (FESTPAC) is the world’s largest celebration of indigenous Pacific Island and Pacific Rim peoples, drawing artists, cultural practitioners, scholars and officials from member nations of the Pacific Community (SPC). FESTPAC is held every four years in a different Pacific Island nation, and Hawaiʻi is honored to host this dynamic showcase of Oceanic arts and culture from June 10 – 21, 2020.