The Swedish Arts Council is working on creating new processes for the distribution of grants when the crisis package is in place.
National governments around the world have announced economic stimulus and support measures in response to COVID-19. These include wage supplements that will help galleries pay staff, benefits for employees of art companies and organisations, and entitlements for the self-employed that may help artists.
Arts Council Malta recognises that COVID-19 is having a significant impact on creative and cultural practitioners, groups, organisations, the audiences and society at large.
Kia ora arts whānau, Next Monday 6 April we’ll confirm further details around our Emergency Response Package, ahead of opening the opportunities on 14 April.
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has released a set of recommendations calling for urgent and strong support to help the global tourism sector not only recover from the unprecedented challenge of COVID-19 but to ‘grow back better’. The Recommendations are the first output of the Global Tourism Crisis Committee, established by UNWTO with high-level representatives from across the tourism sector and from within the wider United Nations system.
The Australia Council has today announced a Resilience Fund of approximately $5M for artists and arts organisations to support their livelihoods, practice and operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.