In these pandemic times, the performers of next month's Singapore International Festival of Arts (Sifa) have found necessity to be the mother of invention. Some have found ways of beaming themselves in remotely. Others have opted for a "hybrid" production, with actors present digitally and in the flesh.
On April 7, in Da Nang, the Department of Performing Arts (Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism) held a conference to disseminate Decree No. 144 of the Government on performing arts activities with the participation of managers and business enterprises, organisations in the Central region. Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Ta Quang Dong chaired the conference.
A series of major cultural events will be held later this year to celebrate the centenary of the founding of the Communist Party of China.
Through its Global Wayfinding Programme (GWP), Creative New Zealand will partner with the Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM). Our GWP seeks opportunities to strengthen artists’ and practitioners’ capability, and international engagement for the New Zealand arts sector.
Cada 27 de marzo el mundo celebra el Día Internacional del Teatro y en esta ocasión, teatristas del todo el orbe conmemoran su día a través de múltiples estrategias desde las redes sociales y plataformas digitales como principal escenario ante el cierre temporal de los teatros y salas de presentación ante la amenaza del Coronavirus.
The Final Report of the National Performing Arts Touring Scan is the first of two outputs of the National Touring Scan. Support for a National Touring Scan was expressed through the Major Performing Arts Framework Public Consultations in 2018. Between January 14 and August 31, 2020, 87 consultations with 141 individuals took place across all states and territories. During these consultations, the sector expressed the need for better coordination and alignment of touring, both interstate and intrastate as a priority.