Earlier this month, we brought together more than 400 delegates from over 86 countries in Stockholm, Sweden to address the theme Safeguarding Artistic Freedom at the 9th World Summit on Arts and Culture.
This agreement concerns the strengthening of bilateral partnership in various sectors, such as music, dance, performing arts, cinema, heritage and creative industries
El martes 9 de mayo tuvo lugar en modalidad virtual, a través de la plataforma Mercado de Industrias Culturales Argentinas (MICA) y de manera presencial en el Centro Cultural Kirchner, la presentación institucional de la Comitiva Comercial de Brasil. El evento se llevó adelante como parte de las actividades previas a la próxima edición del MICA, que se realizará del 1 al 4 de junio en el Centro Cultural Kirchner y en la que el Brasil será el país invitado de honor.
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.
On Tuesday, 9 May, members of the trade union confederation Glosa-Zasuk and the SVIZ trade union, together with representatives from the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Affairs, held a third meeting at the Ministry of Culture, where the social partners agreed on the need to extend the existing collective agreement for cultural activities.
On May 6, in the capital Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Party Central Committee Commissioner, Minister of VHTTDL, President of Viet Nam Olympic Committee Nguyen Van Hung and Minister of Tourism, Cambodian Olympic Committee President Thong Khon signed a Memorandum of Understanding between VHTTDL Viet Nam and the Ministry of Tourism of the Kingdom of Cambodia on tourism cooperation to open new opportunities for tourism development between the two countries.
Find information on arts and culture partnerships: from partnerships within the sector, to the impact of creative professionals’ work on other sectors and social processes, such as improving health outcomes, enhancing education, reducing poverty, resolving conflict, and preventing crime.
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