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The Executive Vice President of Intra-African Trade Bank at the African Export-Import Bank (AFREXIMBANK), Kanayo Awani, highlighted a $5 billion potential investment in creative industries, creating 20 million job opportunities across the continent.
New data released by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland today reveals the impact that the cost of living crisis is having on the arts sector, as it struggles to return to pre-covid programming and audience levels.
El ministro de Cultura de la Nación, Tristán Bauer, y la secretaria de Relaciones Económicas Internacionales de la Cancillería, Cecilia Todesca Bocco, presidieron una reunión de trabajo en el Palacio San Martín sobre el Plan de Promoción ExportArte con el objetivo de profundizar los aspectos innovadores de esta iniciativa y dar a conocer el Catálogo Digital de Galerías de Arte
Britain will launch a new, independent standards body to help fight bullying and harassment in the creative industries that will be ready starting next year, Lucy Frazer, U.K. secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport, announced Friday. The body, the Creative Industries Independent Standards Authority (CIISA), is intended as an authority where concerns over behavior can be raised and investigated confidentially.
This year’s REMIX Summit (14 September) hosted by the WA Museum Boola Bardip and the Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA), explored the themes of culture, technology and entrepreneurship with a focus on the booming immersive entertainment market. Incorporating digital and hybrid physical environments, the growth and demand for immersive experiences has been dubbed “The Immersive Revolution”.
The program, coordinated by the Börsenverein, brings together events with organizations in both German and Ukraine, for mutual book industry promotion.