Organisations and initiatives
All organisations related to the sector and initiatives that emerged due to COVID-19
The ATI is a state contributory organisation that was established by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic and its mission is to provide the Czech and international public with comprehensive services in the field of theatre and individual services relating to the arts (music, literature, dance, and the visual arts). It also collects, processes, and provides access to collectible materials relating to the theatre. It conducts research and pursues educational activities.
Arts Council England is the national development agency for creativity and culture.They conduct research, give expert advice, promote partnership and do other activities to help the creative and cultural sector develop.
Arts Council Malta (ACM) is the national agency for development and investment in the cultural and creative sectors. Its central task is that of effectively funding, supporting and promoting the cultural and creative sectors in Malta.
The Singapore International Foundation (SIF)’s Arts for Good (A4G) Projects is a programme that brings together artists and different sectors of society to collaborate on arts-based initiatives for social good.
The COVID-19 situation continues to impact the arts and culture scene globally. At the SIF, they remain committed in their support towards arts practitioners and their initiatives.
Arts Marketing Association is
helping people who work in arts and culture reach more audiences by providing training, resources, and networking to members and their organisations since 1993.