Technology and digitalisation
A free University of Queensland peer coaching program, designed to help rebuild the arts and culture sector in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, is set to go global.
Further digitization of the cultural and creative sector offers opportunities for creative innovation and to reach more people and inspire them culturally. It also contributes to the social relevance and economic strengthening of the sector.
Web Novel Writers Call for United Anti-Piracy Fight within Digital Publishing Industry
To help the local copyright owners protect their work, the Japanese government has launched a new portal to educate them on how to take the infringers down.
Under the auspices of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union, Europeana held a conference in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture of France and the Mobilier National on ‘Building the Common European Data Space for cultural heritage together’.
In the lead up to the 9th World Summit on Arts and Culture, members of the International Programme Advisory Committee (IPAC) will each share a short reflection on an urgent issue of concern related to artistic freedom.