As co-hosts of the Summit, IFACCA and the Swedish Arts Council are looking forward to gathering representatives from government, academia, and civil society at the Summit for important conversations on Safeguarding Artistic Freedom.
The “Outline on Vietnamese Culture” 1945, drafted by Party General Secretary Truong Chinh has created a consensus in awareness and ideology of culture among people, especially intellectuals and artists, and encouraged people’s patriotism and devotion for the revolution, thus becoming a torch lighting the way for the development of a new culture, President of the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics (HCMA) and Chairman of the Central Theory Council Nguyen Xuan Thang.
October 2022 saw Malta’s first national symposium dedicated to the artistic and creative industries, State of the Arts. Organised by Arts Council Malta, the symposium gathered together artists, practitioners, policy makers and creatives, offering a platform for discussion and debate on the trends, challenges and opportunities of the artistic sectors in Malta and the international contexts that shape their dynamics.
The Ministry of Education and Culture has published the first bildung review, which provides an overview of development in the Ministry’s administrative branch over the past decades. The latest stage, which began in the 1990s, is characterised by a decline in the achieved learning outcomes, the plateauing of the rising level of education among Finns, as well as a gradual decrease in public input into education.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland today (10th January) published its Annual Review 2021-22, recounting many of the highlights of the (financial) Year in the Arts in Northern Ireland, supported by Arts Council exchequer funding from the Department of Communities as well as National Lottery funds.
As part of the ACP-EU Culture and Creative Industries Project, SPC is calling for Expressions of Interest from suitable candidates to conduct a Situational Analysis of the State of the Cultural and Creative Industries in the Pacific. The Closing date for submissions is February 3, 2023.
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