International

Online Exhibition | We=Link: Sideways

We=Link: Sideways is the second edition of the We=Link program, a platform for presenting online art. It was initially conceived by Chronus Art Center in Shanghai in late February of 2020, as a response to the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Free webinar series on the future of museums

Six international speakers took part in a series of pre-conference webinars organised in the runup to the biennial conference MUZE.X Shaping Museum Futures, which will take place in October 2021. The recordings are available to watch for free online.

The State of Fashion 2020

An in-depth report on the global fashion industry in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, focusing on the themes, issues and opportunities impacting the sector.

Impala’s second wave COVID-19 recommendations

Nine months after the start of the Covid-19 crisis, with most of Europe at varying stages of second wave lockdown and gradual deconfinement expected, IMPALA’s Covid-19 Task Force has issued a new call for action.

On The House

A collective of technology and design volunteers sponsoring anyone that needs help pivoting their business or personal income online during COVID-19.

#BetterMusicCities campaign

Global music policy leaders Sound Diplomacy launch the #BetterMusicCities campaign – a call to action to ensure music is at the heart of recovery in cities around the world.

Strategies for the preservation of cultural heritage in health emergency situations

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a direct and indirect impact on the entire spectrum of EU policies in the short, medium and long term, as well as on its external projection. This Symposium will contribute to building the necessary conditions to prevent future pandemics from having the same negative impact on the Cultural Heritage Sector, through the exchange of good practices and dialogues on policies, regulations, as well as standards and protocols.

Food heritage: A Strong Asset for Europe’s Recovery

Slow Food and Europa Nostra launched a joint policy brief on food heritage, to demonstrate the links between food and culture, and to enjoin the EU institutions to better safeguard this intangible heritage, as it constitutes a strong social, economic, and environmental asset for Europe’s post Covid-19 recovery.