This new, corona-proof edition will take place in the form of a digital festival and has as baseline ‘CTRL ACT DELETE’, asking itself the following question: “How can the media and cultural sectors reinvent themselves today?”
As part of PEC’s research agenda on the industry’s response to COVID-19, they partnered with the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Creative Diversity to consult Industry Champions and APPG partners on the impact of the pandemic on diversity in their organisations and sectors.
In order to promote the relaunch of artistic activity in the context of the health crisis linked to Covid-19, the Ministry of Culture of Luxembourg is launching a call for projects intended for cultural cafes and performance halls that are offering a cultural program.
The European Commission and stakeholders published a new study that sheds light on the status and working conditions of artists, cultural and creative professionals. The study looks at characteristics of employment of artists and cultural and creative professionals in EU Member States with regard to several topic, including the measures countering the Covid crisis.
As part of ongoing partnership working Creative Scotland asked The Audience Agency to design, analyse and report on a survey intended to inform on audience behaviours during, and beyond, the Covid-19 pandemic