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ResiliArt Namibia Online Debate - 28 May 2020


ResiliArt Namibia, a collaborative partnership between the Directorate of Arts, Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture,  Turipamwe Design, Joe Vision Production, the EU and the UNESCO Windhoek Office will host the third of three Panels on the impact of COVID-19 on the heritage, arts and culture sector.

The ResiliArt debates address pressing issues affecting the livelihoods of cultural professionals, including the social and economic rights of artists, copyright protection, digitization of content and freedom of expression. The need to ensure that these issues are given the place they deserve in the political and social discussions that will shape the world after the crisis.

The third ResiliArt Namibia Panel addresses the importance of an enabling digital environment, given the evident need for better migration of arts and culture products and services to the digital environment. The panel addresses how creatives and artists can acquire the requisite skills to put their work on digital platforms. It also consider the role of all organizational bodies involved in cultural governance in facilitating this upskilling and migration.

Please use the link below to join the debate and share your insights on a collaborative and resilient way forward!
Meeting ID: 937 3827 4863            Password: 587205

Session 3
Date: Thursday 28th May 2020
Time: 14h00 -16h00

You can download the programme for all three sessions here ResiliArt Namibia Debate Programme

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