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Creative New Zealand's 'Toi Iho' Maori Made Mark, a registered trade mark denoting quality and authenticity for the nation's indigenous creators, was launched last week at the Auckland Art Gallery, Toi o Tämaki.
The Canada Council's Art Bank, which rents contemporary Canadian art to government and private sector organisations nationwide, is celebrating its 30th anniversary of operation this year.
Recent news from England's ten Regional Arts Boards, which are currently in a process of transfer to a new organisation also encompassing the Arts Council of England (ACE).
The Cayman Islands' Culture Ministry is beginning work on the nation's first cultural policy document.
Creative New Zealand is working collaboratively with its partner across the Tasman Sea, the Australia Council for the Arts, to market arts product from the Pacific region internationally, according to a news report in Creative's quarterly magazine, On Arts.
National Arts Month in the Philippines was launched by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) last Friday, 1 February, with a program inspired by traditional dayanas, or marching bands, that perform around the community at dawn to signal the start of a fiesta.