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An online consultation on the draft strategy 2020-2030 will open from 1 July to 23 September 2019, and you can also sign up to a workshop taking place across the country. To help you prepare to take part in the consultation you can read the draft strategy and related documents below.
Is South Korea angling to become an international cultural hub? The Asian nation has unveiled a five-year plan designed to make its art and artifacts more accessible to the public, with its Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism announcing an ambitious goal of opening an additional 186 museums by 2023.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on Monday rolled out a five-year plan to make Korean art and artifacts more accessible to the general public. The plan includes building more art galleries and museums, expanding the conservation system for the collections and creating online and mobile systems for people to acquire information on exhibitions.
La Dirección Nacional de Cultura organizó un diálogo interactivo con la delegación uruguaya que participará del Mercado de Industrias Creativas Argentinas (MICA) 2019, a realizarse del 28 de junio al 2 de julio, en diversas sedes de Buenos Aires.
How can young people read more often, with more pleasure and better? For this to happen, libraries, schools and parents need to join forces and the central government needs to invest more in a coherent reading policy.
Bajo la premisa de “no dejar a nadie atrás”, la Secretaría de Cultura y las instancias estatales del sector pertenecientes a las 32 entidades del país trabajan en una alianza por la cultura nacional que será eje de la transformación del país.