We are incredibly pleased to announce that the 10th World Summit on Arts and Culture will be co-hosted with Arts Council Korea (ARKO) in Seoul, Republic of Korea from 28 May to 30 May 2025, with the Opening Ceremony on Tuesday 27 May 2025.
Returning from 17 May, the Festival invites audiences to embrace a harmonious coexistence with the natural environment and the diverse voices around them.
The provincial government hosted the 1st Palawan Culture and Arts Summit, an event aimed at fostering the integration of culture and the arts into the province’s developmental agenda.
The upcoming eighteen months promise to be pivotal for international cultural policy, marked by significant conferences that will shape the global agenda for culture and the arts.
The first-ever Hong Kong International Cultural Summit 2024, hosted by the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, will be held on 24-26 March 2024 at the West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD). The Summit will offer a platform to bring together leaders from arts and cultural institutions globally to promote international cultural exchange and cultivate long-term partnerships. It will also demonstrate Hong Kong’s commitment to acting as an East-meets-West centre for international cultural exchange.
From February 16-25, more than 200 artistes from 25 nations will convene in Kigali for the inaugural edition of ‘Kigali Triennial Festival’, a celebration of African arts and culture that aims to position the Rwandan capital as a global cultural hub.