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IFACCA to launch new website

In March IFACCA will launch its exciting new website. While the transition is underway our current site and all its resources will remain available, but we will not be adding any new items. There will also be a break in the delivery of ACORNS. However, when ACORNS returns it will be in a great new format and it will  take you to the new site, where you can find new and existing material. The redesign has taken over 15 months of planning and we have strived to incorporate things that work well from the current site and newsletter, as well as introduce a huge variety of improvements in functionality and design.  We hope you will enjoy them both.more >

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Qué piensa usted de la FICAAC

Nos gustaría escuchar sus comentarios sobre la FICAAC y sus actividades llenando un pequeño cuestionario de evaluación (que no le tomará más de 5 minutos) que está disponible aquí.more >

ACORNS is evolving

ACORNS is celebrating its 345th edition - that’s 14 years’ worth of international sharing of cultural policy news, publications, events and opportunities! But it’s time to give ACORNS a short break while we refresh its design.more >

Tell us what you think of IFACCA

We would like to hear about your thoughts on IFACCA and its activities and ask you to complete a short (five minute) evaluation survey which is available here.more >

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Audrey Azoulay replaces Fleur Pellerin as France’s culture minister

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Arts funding body launches diversity survey for Scottish film industry

The national arts funding body, Creative Scotland, is urging Scotland's film industry to take part in a survey which will look into who works in film and TV. The survey will gather information on gender, age, ethnicity, disability, and sexual orientation - all defined ‘protected characteristics’ in The Equality Act 2010.more >

Jamaica: Buscan inscribir el reggae como patrimonio cultural intangible de la Unesco

La designación pretende servir como evidencia del “origen y la distinción de lo que es ser un jamaiquino”, explican en el Ministerio de Cultura.more >

Latest National Arts Agency News

Music unites Northern Ireland and Sri Lanka

Fionnuala Walsh, Head of Participatory Arts, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, commented: “The Arts Council is delighted to support this innovative, international project which provides a wonderful opportunity for young people in Northern Ireland to engage with young people in Sri Lanka through music.  The arts have an intrinsic value in allowing us to approach and understand difficult, complex issues and these musical exchanges will inspire these young people, stimulate discussion around the challenges they face and encourage a continuing love of music and creativity."more >

Vale-Cultura: meta propõe atender 3 milhões até 2020

Após dois anos e meio de atividade, o Programa de Cultura do Trabalhador inicia 2016 com alcance considerável e destaque nas políticas de fomento à cultura no Brasil. Mais de 465 mil cidadãos já foram beneficiados por mais de 1,2 mil empresas brasileiras que já favoreceram seus empregados com o Vale-Cultura.more >

Se abre convocatoria para becas, pasantías, premios nacionales, reconocimientos y residencias artísticas

El Programa Nacional de Estímulos del Ministerio de Cultura entregará en 2016 más de 6.900 millones de pesos a artistas, investigadores y gestores vinculados al sector artístico y cultural.more >

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