Richard Findlay (Chairman of the Arts Council of Scotland) Janet Archer (Chief Executive of Creative Scotland)
The IARC team-working meetings in Paris 26th of February 2016. The small scale gathering paved the ground between IARC members and thirds for future developments on independent and academic research in the Film and TV industries. The research will develop concerning only the Film and TV industries, and how they develop in the Southern European […]
BVE is the UK’s largest event for professionals involved in taking content from creation to consumption. This year BVE has extended it’s offering to the AV & Live Entertainment industries, making it the truly all-encompassing show. It attracts visitors from all over the world and combines expert-led free seminars with an exhibition that features 250+ […]
The International Independent Arts Council (IARC) participated at the Culture & Austerity European Forum on the 5th and 6th of February, organized by the European Left, the Parti Communiste, the Association Culturelle Joseph Jacquemotte, the Federassion Wallonie-Bruxelles and a number of EU and Non EU Collectives. The IARC presented findings regarding the cultural drivers of […]
Lecture and Presentation by Panayiotis Neufelt at the Colorado State University, LEAP (15 October 2014) invited by Constance DeVereaux (LEAP Institute for the Arts). Title Cultural Policies (Cultural Environment Systemic Errors, Asymmetries and Paradoxes).
The International Independent Arts Council ha participated at the UNESCO World Forum on Culture and Cultural Industries Florence, 2 – 4 October 2014.
Be there! View & Play! Where Creativity Meets Innovation in Contemporary Cinematography! http://raindancefestival.org/ For you miss London Live live from the Raindance Film Festival in London. Catch up: http://www.londonlive.co.uk/news/2014-09-29/raindance-festival-in-london
Complementing Council of Europe information on the general website and on more specific Internet portals, e.g. www.coe.int/democracy, the CoE Directorate of Communications has launched a weekly TV Journal in 2013, see http://webtv.coe.int/. Every Friday, it offers the latest TV news, features and interviews regarding human rights, democracy and the rule of law. In addition to other […]
Show latest news, more from February 2014. Welcoming three new Affiliate Members More Sharing ServicesShare|Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on linkedinShare on email IFACCA, 27 February 2014 We are delighted to announce three new affiliate members to IFACCA: City of Aarhus, Cultural Department (Denmark); International Independent Arts Council (United Kingdom) and Arts Council of Greece. […]
Representing the International Independent Arts Council and the Arts Council of Greece on the 6th World Summit on Arts and Culture in Santiago Chile 13-16 January 2014 (IFACCA).
by salfordbeth Back in July we held a focus group as part of the ongoing ‘Governance’ work package for the project. We had a great attendance, from organisations including Cornerhouse, Creative Concern, Salford City Council, Brighter Sound, Islington Mill, 42nd Street, Writing Lives, Z-Arts, PalmerSquared, TiPP, Let’s Go Global, BBC, Unconvention, Mancuniverse and the University […]
The Cultural Economic Development Program – Arts http://www.tcr.gov.nl.ca/tcr/artsculture/cedp/ Important Notice: The following changes to the Cultural Economic Development Program are effective immediately: Applications from individuals are no longer eligible; Touring and/or market access projects are no longer eligible; and Costs associated with web-site development are no longer eligible. The deadlines for receipt of 2013/14 applications […]
The International Independent Arts Council and the Independent Arts Council now have its own brand new sites which are: http://www.internationalindependentartscouncil.org and http://www.independentartscouncil.org. The first is the main official site of IARC and the second is the social network site. Both sites function in a complimentary way from one site to the other, while they serve […]
In today’s information economy, knowledge and creativity are fast becoming powerful engines driving economic growth. This will have profound implications for trade and development. For advanced industrial economies, the information economy is already a leading edge from which national wealth flows and a key to improving competitiveness. Globally, creative industries are estimated to account for […]