Creative and cultural industries
The National Creative Relief Programme, now in its second phase, has provided financial grants to 53 individuals and companies operating in the creative and cultural sector.
Belgium’s federal government has confirmed that self-employed persons in the events, leisure, artist and entertainment sectors are eligible for a relief package meant to cushion the effect of the coronavirus crisis.
The Arts & Culture COVID-19 Relief Fund of the National Arts Council of Namibia (NACN) with the support of the Ministry of Education, Arts, and Culture, is a temporary project-based relief fund to support the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs), to continue implementing their mandate and sustain their operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. The fund is open to individual artists, cultural workers, groups, and registered organizations.
Sydney’s cultural and creative sector will receive a much-needed $1.4 million boost thanks to the City of Sydney’s latest round of grants.
El Ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio presenta el Protocolo de manejo y prevención ante Covid 19 para cines independientes, teatros y lugares análogos, entendiendo estos últimos como todos aquellos recintos cerrados donde el público permanece en forma estática, como es el caso de los circos y las salas de conciertos.
2 million BGN of the anti-crisis funds, worth a total of BGN 15 million, will be given for the independent artists, responsible for the creation of projects of all genres with the requirement for them to be related to Bulgaria and to be available online. This was said at a briefing by the Minister of Culture Boil Banov.