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This month marks the start of the UN International Year of the Creative Economy for Sustainable Development, delivering on a resolution adopted in November 2019 which has redoubled significance in the wake of the pandemic.
The third and final report in the Norwegian audience development audience survey COVID-19-monitor shows that the cultural audience is more hesitant to return to the cultural arenas now than in May and that they are increasingly getting used to participating digitally in cultural events.
The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) and the Piton International Film Festival (PIFF) have launched the PIFF “Africa 2021” a 12-month initiative that focuses on celebrating filmmaking and seeks to work collaboratively with filmmakers who are based in Africa.
Creative Scotland today, 19 January 2021, launches Creative Scotland Crowdmatch 2021 in collaboration with Crowdfunder - the UK’s largest crowdfunding platform - offering expert coaching and match funding, to support Scotland’s creatives to run successful crowdfunding campaigns.
Tras verse obligados a cerrar sus puertas por el temporal “Filomena”, vuelven a abrir mañana en Madrid, el Museo Arqueológico Nacional, el Museo Nacional de Antropología, el Museo del Romanticismo, el Museo Cerralbo y el Museo Sorolla.
A group of major state-run cultural facilities in Seoul will reopen later this week, the culture ministry said Monday, amid signs of the third wave of the coronavirus slowing down.