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Ireland’s culture in all its distinctiveness and variety is the well-spring of our identity as a people. It captures our past, shapes our present, and imagines our future. Ever-evolving and incorrigibly plural (in Louis MacNeice’s phrase), our culture is proudly ancient and confidently modern.
The Roadmap and National Principles for Reactivating Live Performance Venues and Events are guidance documents that provide some additional certainty for the arts sector with a nationally consistent health-based approach to reactivating safely.
With the coronavirus crisis accelerating the digital transformation of public service delivery and government use of data, the government must learn quickly from what has, and has not, worked if it is to effectively serve citizens during and beyond the pandemic.
At the behest of Arts Council Norway, Menon Economics and BI: Centre for Creative Industries (BI:CCI) have assessed the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the Norwegian cultural sector. In this report, we summarise the cultural sector's experience during the first six months of the coronavirus crisis. In addition, assuming that the pandemic will impose clear constraints on the sector's activities next year as well, we assess the outlook for those engaged in the cultural sector well into 2021.
The arts, entertainment, cultural and live events sector in Ireland is large and recognised at home and abroad as a world-leader. It is central to Ireland’s self-image and international profile. It is a sector that is distributed widely across the country, woven into the fabric of local, regional and national life. It means so much to so many people in so many different ways.
Prompted by the nation’s opioid crisis, this report reviews and analyzes 20 years of evidence about the arts’ use in pain management and in treatment of substance abuse disorders; it also highlights promising arts-based strategies in these practice areas.