Urban, regional, rural and remote
Thanks to the 160+ participants of the Beyond the Urban webinar on 16/03, jointly organised with Culture Action Europe, IETM and Trans Europe Halles.
A partir del 13 de marzo, se realizarán diversos encuentros en todas las provincias, con el objetivo de construir espacios de participación para elaborar un mapa federal de las culturas y definir políticas culturales.
As many parts of regional Australia try and attract visitors back to fire and disaster hit areas, new research released by the Australia Council for the Arts shows artistic events and experiences are one of the main tourism attractions, particularly for regional Australia.
New research released today by the Australia Council for the Arts shows arts experiences are a key driver for tourism, particularly to regional Australia.
The relationship between art and travel is long-standing, deep and complex. We travel to see art, and even when art isn’t our primary destination, we naturally gravitate to the art of a place in order to understand the meaning of that place.
Creativity connects us, especially in times of uncertainty and emergency. And as the impact of Australia’s bushfire crisis continues, arts and creativity will be crucial to the recovery of our communities.