As someone who has been producing film and television for 30 years, I, like many in the industry, am beyond anxious to see our Canadian Heritage Minister’s imminent recommendation on how best to reboot our entertainment and media industries.
Source : theglobeandmail.com
Développer une culture d’ innovation : À l’interne, en repensant l’organisation du travail ; mais aussi en soutenant les pratiques innovantes, la recherche et le développement et les pratiques numériques ; en développant des indicateurs d’évaluation de …
Source : Bouger plus vite, avec les artistes
Last week’s announcement that the Myer, Tim Fairfax Family, and Keir Foundations are sponsoring “ a new approach ” to arts advocacy and research (and presumably research into arts advocacy) is a bright spot in the fungal gloom that has hung heavy over Australian cultural policy in the last five years.
Source : A new approach to culture
La ministre de la Culture, Françoise Nyssen, l’a annoncé mercredi à l’Assemblée nationale. La promesse de campagne d’Emmanuel Macron de la création d’un Pass Culture de 500 euros, attribué aux jeunes le jour de leurs 18 ans, sera réalisée dès l’an prochain.
Source : Le Pass Culture sera effectif en 2018
A federal class action lawsuit filed last week in California alleges that the Walt Disney Company is violating privacy protection laws by collecting children’s personal information from 42 of its apps and sharing the data with advertisers without parental consent.
Source : Disney sued for allegedly spying on children through 42 gaming apps
NEW DELHI: The British Council India, in collaboration with internationally acclaimed animation studio Aardman Animations, has come up with an unique way of presenting digital visual art by engaging young people through story telling.
Source : British Council goes crowd-sourcing way for digital visual art project
One of the key aims of Creative Ireland is to ensure that every child in the country will have access to lessons and tuition in art, drama, music or coding over the next five years. Research shows that children who engage in the arts and cultural activity are happier, suffer less anxiety and do better at school.
Source : Creative Ireland: Driving More people to get involved in arts and culture