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IFACCA launches Strategic Plan 2015-2020

As it enters its 15th year of operation in the field of arts and cultural policy, IFACCA is delighted to launch its Strategic Plan 2015–2020.more >

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Arts Leaders Talk: Orlaith McBride, Ireland

Resilience of arts infrastructure; leadership; and the changing relationship between the arts council and the sector, an Irish perspective.  With a video of Orlaith McBride, Director, Arts Council of Ireland, and IFACCA Board Member sharing her thoughts on these important matters, IFACCA continues its Arts Leaders Talk series.more >

IFACCA launches Strategic Plan 2015-2020

As it enters its 15th year of operation in the field of arts and cultural policy, IFACCA is delighted to launch its Strategic Plan 2015–2020.more >

IFACCA presents at Vrystaat Arts Festival

IFACCA's Executive Director, Sarah Gardner, will take part in a forum on Art, Innovation and Audience Diversity as well as a Long Table discussion on the plans for a Pan African Performing Arts Market as part of the inaugural Vrystaat Arts Festival in Bloemfontein, South Africa, next week.more >

Latest International News

Política pública ahora llega a los museos de Medellín

En días pasados se aprobó la política pública de los museos de Medellín, lo que la convierte en la primera ciudad en recibir una política de esta condición.more >

Divided royalties enrage musicians

About 50 singers and composers who are members of the Korea Music Copyright Association (Komca) held a press conference at the 63 Building in western Seoul to complain about the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, which they said “secretly” approved the Korean Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers’ (Koscap) new system of distributing copyright royalties.more >

Arts scholarships benefit more than just individuals: Lawrence Wong

'The scholarships we give out to individuals like yourselves will not only benefit you, but more importantly the entire arts, cultural and heritage scene in Singapore,' says the Culture, Community and Youth Minister Lawrence Wong. more >

Latest National Arts Agency News

Opposition to George Brandis’ Australia Council raid mounts

More submissions to the Senate Inquiry into federal arts funding decisions are gradually being uploaded for public viewing on the Australian Parliament website, currently totalling almost 150 out of the over 2260 reportedly submitted.more >

Arts Council England announces new £7.1million fund to roll out free WiFi in public libraries in England.

Arts Council England is today (27 July 2015) announcing a new £7.1 million fund that aims to ensure that all public libraries in England will offer free WiFi access by March 2016.more >

Australia Council outlines revised grants program

The Australia Council for the Arts has today announced changes to its grants program in response to the 2015-16 budget measures.more >

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