World Summit on Arts and Culture 3 - 6 October 2011 (2011-03-03)
The Summit will bring together government and cultural leaders from over 80 countries to explore how artists can give voice to diverse communities and concerns through collaborations with experts in health and well-being, the environment, education, business, new technologies, cultural identity and more.
Conference on Cultural Diversity and U40 Africa Launch (2011-03-03)
The Arterial Network and the Department of Arts and Culture will co-organise a conference on cultural diversity.
Third Arterial Network Conference (2011-03-03)
The third Arterial Network Conference will take place in Egypt from 6 to 9 September 2011.
Cultural Economics Course: Bayimba Cultural Foundation, Uganda, 4-14 April 2011 (2011-03-03)
The aim of the course is to develop participants' understanding of economics as it applies to the world of art and culture. It will raise critical questions about the concepts of culture, value, valuation of the arts, the creative economy, and the special role that the arts have in contemporary economies. This course teaches participants how to evaluate the economic aspects of arts policy, in general but specifically in Africa. More information from www.bayimba.org
Call for applications for technical assistance missions (2011-03-09)
UNESCO launches an international call for applications for technical assistance missions in the framework of a project funded by the European Union (EU), aiming to strengthen the system of governance for culture in developing countries.
ACP-EU support programme to ACP cultural sectors (2011-03-21)
The following are eligible to apply: Non-governmental organisations (NGO) or private sector bodies excepting public televisions in one case, nationals of one of the eligible ACP States, a European Union applicant or EEA Member State, whose bylaws are registered from at least two years.