The contribution of live music to the creative economy has been confirmed following the release of the Australia’s live music sector: an occupation-based analysis report, undertaken by the Bureau of Communications, Arts and Regional Research.
The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) on Tuesday partnered with the Zimbabwe Musicians Union (ZiMU) to facilitate a meeting in Bulawayo to discuss the welfare of musicians and the need for standardisation in the business among other issues.
The Music Policy Resilience Lab aims at implementing music policies in remote, rural and isolated communities in different parts of the world. The initiative builds on a previous collaboration between the Nordic Culture Fund and the global research organization Center for Music Ecosystems.
Creating and performing music professionally always required physical and psychological resilience. Today, the context is aggravated by the recent COVID-19 crisis and by the necessity to acquire new digital and business skills that put extra pressure on music sector professionals.
The Australia Council Council for the Arts welcomes the National Cultural Policy, which sets out the Australian Government’s vision for the future of arts and creativity and a modernised Australia Council. Australia Council CEO Adrian Collette AM said the policy was a transformational step in the evolution of the Australia Council.
Con una ceremonia en La Moneda se entregó este reconocimiento, por primera vez, a la excelencia y creatividad de ocho homenajeadas y homenajeados como Premio Nacional de Artes Musicales 2022.
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