International

Culture in Crisis: Policy guide for a resilient creative sector

This practical guide highlights emergency measures that have been deemed effective and beneficial, assesses emerging trends, identifies new and existing gaps and offers practical advice to help policymakers position the cultural and creative industries in social and economic recovery plans.

AMA Arts Marketing Festival

The AMA Arts Marketing Festival is built to be experienced entirely online; a space to reflect on challenges, recognise success, and process a year unlike any other.
1 – 2 December 2020

Dialogues for Culture in Jalisco, Mexico

The objective of this initiative is to establish a space for intersectoral collaboration and for plural and transparent dialogue between the citizens and the Government of Jalisco and the City Councils to give attention to the needs of the cultural sector and cultural communities in the face of the social and economic emergency derived from COVID-19 .

Together Alone | A Finnish Cultural and Academic Institutes’ initiative

Through Together Alone open call, The Finnish Institutes’ network seeked artistic proposals related to the state of emergency, radical change, resilience, artistic practice in the future. At the same time the project acts as a documentation of one of the major social upheavals, gives the artists an opportunity to reflect it through their work, rethink ways of outreach and develop new practices.

Join the 1st Creative Industries forum EU-Mexico

Due to the COVID-19 health crisis and social distancing measures, this activity will be totally digital. It
comprises a series of seven webinars, four roundtables and one workshop, as well as digital B2B meetings
through an especial digital platform.

Ars Electronica 2020

Ars Electronica 2020 is a journey to measure the “new” world and a journey through “Kepler‘s Gardens“, which are located in Linz at the JKU Campus and at 120 other locations worldwide. September 9-13, 2020.

Policy Statement on the Cultural Recovery of Europe

Following the European Parliament CULT Committee’s meeting with the German Presidency of the Council of the EU on the 1st of September and in the run up to the vote on the Parliament’s resolution on “Cultural recovery of Europe”, IETM calls on the European institutions and the Member States to pay attention to the some issues.

Support Artists Impacted By the Covid-19 Pandemic

An initiative by Bandcamp where the Bandcamp community showed up in a massive way, spending $4.3 million on music and merch—15x the amount of a normal Friday— helping artists cover rents, mortgages, groceries, medications, and so much more.

Creative Content Hub

United Nations together with Talenthouse, an open source creative platform offering opportunities, great art, and connection with emerging creators from around the world, responded to COVID-19 crisis by giving visibility to artists.