The prospects for cooperation in the fields of cinema, heritage, writers and Arabic calligraphy are the focus of a meeting between the Minister of Cultural Affairs, Dr. Hayat Katat Al-Garmazi, and the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to Tunisia, Mr. Abdelaziz bin Ali Al-Saqer.
The report “Strengthening cultural heritage resilience for climate change - Where the European Green Deal meets cultural heritage” emphasises that climate change is directly and indirectly threatening all forms of cultural heritage. At the same time, cultural heritage offers green, sustainable solutions to the climate crisis.
The first ‘State of the Arts – Malta National Symposium’ has been launched. This will take place on the 26th and 27th of October at the Valletta Campus Theatre, University of Malta.
On 14 September 1972, Hana Te Hemara along with members of Ngā Tamatoa, the Te Reo Māori Society, kaumātua and supporting groups presented a petition of over 30,000 signatures to parliament calling on the Government to prioritise the revitalisation of Te Reo Māori. In recognition of that movement, the whānau and iwi of Hana Te Hemara have created I Am Hana a programme of community education and arts activity.
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’.
Hundreds of culturally significant artefacts from an historic Asian shipwreck that were offered for sale online before being seized under Australian legislation have been returned to the Indonesian Government.