While Victorians are understandably cautious about audience-based activities, a new report points to a positive long-term outlook for the re-engagement of arts audiences across the state.
The key findings from the biennial Population Survey on the Arts of Singaporeans’ perception of the arts in 2019 were released today by the National Arts Council (NAC). Compared with the last survey in 2017, the 2019 results showed positive trends across all key indicators for appreciation and consumption of the arts.
A guest article by Tracy Breathnach Evans following her research commission by Wales Arts International with support from Welsh Government.
The National Endowment for the Arts is offering the following guidance, based on a review and compilation of promising measures that arts organizations are taking to address COVID-19 to date. The list is not prescriptive or comprehensive. It does not supersede guidance from local, state, and national public health authorities.
An online platform sharing new creative work from Wales’ cultural scene has seen a huge growth in content and consumption over its first ten weeks of existence.
The survey is conducted by CENDANA, in partnership with PR Worldwide, Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre, Performing Arts Centre of Penang, Ilham Gallery, Sabah Art Gallery, Culture Venture and more. The survey will close on June 11, 2020.