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Scotland’s Book & Literature Festivals have an international reputation for excellence and provide year-round opportunities for readers to meet their favourite authors and discover new voices.
The emergence of COVID-19 brought sudden and widespread changes to the way we lived, worked and played. In Singapore, this came after physical arts attendance had risen to a high of 69% in 2019.
Ciarán Benson’s lecture ‘Time, Vocabulary, & Art’s Thoughtful Uses of Feeling?’ was delivered on February 28, 2019. The lecture marked the 40th anniversary of the publication in 1979 of ‘The Place of the Arts in Irish Education’ Report of the Working Party appointed by the Arts Council, which was authored by Ciarán Benson.
After more than a year enduring the pandemic, the arts and cultural industries remain among the hardest hit by the economic crises inflicted by COVID-19.
The Final Report of the National Performing Arts Touring Scan is the first of two outputs of the National Touring Scan. Support for a National Touring Scan was expressed through the Major Performing Arts Framework Public Consultations in 2018. Between January 14 and August 31, 2020, 87 consultations with 141 individuals took place across all states and territories. During these consultations, the sector expressed the need for better coordination and alignment of touring, both interstate and intrastate as a priority.
Graphic storytellers make complex ideas easy to understand. Their technical and interpretive skills help to illustrate abstract concepts and transcend language barriers. So, we’ve commissioned Graphic Storytellers at Work: Cross-industry opportunities for cartoonists, illustrators and comics-makers, a new report which explores how the skills of cartoonists, illustrators and comics-makers are being applied. This happens across a diverse range of industries such as health and education.