The magazine contains remarkable stories and achievements by Culture of Solidarity Fund grantees, and portraits of the remarkable diverse spaces libraries are. You can explore what CrAFt sandbox cities do to become carbon neutral and what culture can do to make this transformation happen. Common Ground presents updates on The European Pavilion, republications from SHIFT bookazine, a poignant collection of stories and images that challenges preconceived narratives of migrants in European media. You can dive into interviews, read about Eurovision, find out how European sentiments flourish in these times of war, and how the Cultural Deal for Europe campaign wants to contribute to a future Europe we all share. Photo essays capture the essence of our continent rich in history, culture, and natural beauty, reminding us of the diverse tapestry that makes up Europe. And much more!
The Prince Claus Fund and the British Council are inviting artists and cultural practitioners to submit applications for the Mentorship Award: Moving Narratives programme. The call, a pilot programme by the Prince Claus Fund and British Council, is a multidisciplinary programme that re-examines legacies of the past, defies euro-centric social and historical discourses, centres the perspectives of marginalised communities, and forges connections between contemporary emancipatory movements and their historical roots.
Zambia is set to host the Africa Music, Arts and Cultural Exhibition where thousands of delegates are expected to attend.
The Instituto Sacatar, an international artist residency in Bahia, is searching for a new EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR who can articulate the organization’s mission and the uniqueness of its programs; envision and implement environmentally responsible and sustainable ways to enhance Sacatar’s effectiveness, and successfully broaden the financial and cultural support for Sacatar’s activities.
CVIA is a comprehensive database that maps the cultural landscape in Africa, highlighting the cultural infrastructure, institutions, events, organisations, policies and initiatives that support the creative economy. The project was developed by the Creative Economy Practice at CcHUB in Nigeria in partnership with Africa No Filter and the British Council. The Creative Economy Practice aims to stimulate innovation and technology adoption in the African creative economy to catalyse further growth in the sector and capture maximum value for African creatives and other sector players.
The AI Index is an independent initiative at the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI), led by the AI Index Steering Committee, an interdisciplinary group of experts from across academia and industry. The annual report tracks, collates, distills, and visualizes data relating to artificial intelligence, enabling decision-makers to take meaningful action to advance AI responsibly and ethically with humans in mind.