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Almost $15 million will flow immediately to support thousands of jobs in the arts and entertainment sector, as it continues to come back from the impacts of COVID-19.
The Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces currently pays out DKK 182.9 million in library money for 10,313 authors, translators, illustrators, visual artists, composers and others whose books are available at the country's public libraries, the libraries' digital lending services and the primary and lower secondary school's pedagogical learning centres.
The new three-year benchmarks for 2021-2023 have been appointed by the Minister of Culture after discussion with KL on the basis of proposals from the Strategic Library Committee.
On April 7, in Da Nang, the Department of Performing Arts (Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism) held a conference to disseminate Decree No. 144 of the Government on performing arts activities with the participation of managers and business enterprises, organisations in the Central region. Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Ta Quang Dong chaired the conference.
Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Dato 'Sri Hajah Nancy Shukri saw the importance of the need to restore non -Governmental Organizations (NGOs) culture to enable the arts, culture and heritage sector to move actively despite the current challenging situation.
Cosy up in a regenerative seed pod, immerse in soundscape and song atop a grass mound, or unveil new meanings through literal shifts in visual perspectives. From now till 6 June 2021, the public can encounter 14 larger-than-life art installations along the 36km-long coast-to-coast trail, commissioned by the Public Art Trust (PAT) under the National Arts Council (NAC). Titled Rewritten: The World Ahead of Us, this first-ever public art showcase installed across eight nature parks from Punggol to Jurong sees our artists draw inspiration from Singaporean writers and works in the conceptualisation process.