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The report unpacks the attitudes and behaviours of respondents towards creativity in Africa. The findings cover the creative sector, including whether youth respondents thought governments were doing enough to support the creative industry, their perceptions about creativity and success, and their behaviour as an audience for the creative sector.
A comprehensive toolkit providing best practice guidance for public art is now available. Designed for government agencies and local councils commissioning public art, the Public Art Toolkit outlines best practice in policy, commissioning, construction, and engagement with artists.
Launched on 19 October 2022, this landmark report brings together for the first time a sector by sector overview of the creative industries, and looks at the huge amount of activity taking place, and what more the sector needs to do to reach Net Zero.
A report scoping how the value of arts, culture and heritage can be articulated and measured based on DCMS’s Culture and Heritage Capital approach has been published and is accompanied by an AHRC/DCMS funding call for new research informed by the project’s recommendations.
PEN America’s Artists at Risk Connection is releasing Connecting the Dots: Artist Protection & Artistic Freedom in Asia, a new report that illuminates the challenges to artistic freedom that artists in Asia face; based on a closed workshop conducted in November 2021, and produced in partnership with the Mekong Cultural Hub (MCH) and the Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA).
The creative economy offers a feasible development option to all countries, particularly developing economies, says UNCTAD’s Creative Economy Outlook 2022 launched on 7 October at the 3rd World Congress on Creative Economy in Bali, Indonesia.