Education and training
A famous London music venue is opening its doors to 15,000 young people, the majority from disadvantaged backgrounds, each year to learn skills, build confidence and make connections to equip them to work in the UK’s creative industries.
UNESCO calls on a wide range of stakeholders across the cultural and education ecosystems to join the UNESCO Multistakeholder Dialogue on the occasion of the International Arts Education Week to be held on 25 and 26 May 2023 at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris.
La Semana de la Educación Artística se desarrollará entre el 15 y el 19 de mayo. Se lanzará el sitio web y el proceso de participación para la construcción de la Política de Educación Artística y la Política de Educación Patrimonial. La Semana de la Educación Artística (SEA), es una iniciativa internacional convocada por la UNESCO, que busca sensibilizar a la comunidad sobre su importancia en la promoción de la diversidad cultural, el diálogo intercultural y la cohesión social.
Arts Council England, Arts Council Wales, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Creative Scotland and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) are joining forces to create XRtists, a £6million, 3-year programme to develop skills and funding opportunities in immersive content production across the UK’s cultural sector.
Responsible finance provider, Social Investment Scotland (SIS) has joined forces with Creative Scotland to support the growth of enterprises in Scotland’s creative and cultural industries. The CultureXcelerator Programme will provide eight ambitious cultural and creative leaders with free one-to-one strategic business support over the next six-eight months from SIS’s selected team of experienced business associates. They include entrepreneurs and experts in finance, the third sector, retail, and strategy and board development.
The largest ever survey on physical activity in Estonia, published last year, confirmed a worrying fact - more than half of both adults and children in Estonia still do too little exercise. A new and longer-term step to get Estonians more active will be taken with the forthcoming cross-sectoral action plan to promote physical activity.
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