On 10 September, prominent artists from Lebanon and the Lebanese diaspora will discuss the situation in Beirut, exchange ideas, build consensuses and advocate for support and sustainable change during the first ResiliArt Lebanon debate, which will be moderated by Ernesto Ottone R., UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Culture.
The Intercultural Leadership Institute (ILI) is distributing USD5m (€4.2m) to organisations working with artists of colour in the US. The money comes courtesy of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and will help the recipients to recover from COVID-19 losses.
The urgent need for support in the cultural sector, the importance of adapting to the different stages of the crisis and future developments at an uncertain time; Magdalena Moreno provides a global perspective on cultural life after the Corona pandemic with three aspects in focus.
While their doors may be temporarily closed, ten of Victoria’s celebrated creative organisations are embarking on a journey to become more inclusive in a move to build a fairer – and stronger – creative sector for all Victorians.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation today announced a new effort to support smaller arts organizations, cultural producers, and artists across the nation as the impact of the COVID-19 crisis continues to reverberate.
As global tech giants such as Netflix and Google have become bigger during the COVID-19 pandemic, France's top digital affairs official on Wednesday called on governments around the world to ensure diversity in the digital cultural industry so as to avoid a "winner takes all" market situation.