Research Notebooks: Cultural Emergencies in Latin America: from historical to current events in Brazil: N. 2
Palavras-chave:Cultural Policies - Brazil, Institutions and cultural societies - Brazil, Politics of Culture, Art and Antropology, Latin America
In the pandemic, the partial replacement of cultural events, held in closed venues, by streaming on home screens has been radicalized. How do the weakening of cultural off erings in physical places and of the public bodies responsible for these actions - articulate with the dynamism of digital platforms? To what extent do the new models of access and socialisation of artistic and cultural content allow us to say that virtual platforms and networks are institutions? In order to dimension and evaluate the importance - and the paradoxes - of what is currently happening to the institutionality of culture, we are working with some comparisons between State policies for the sector and the mobilisation of cultural workers during the pandemic, in its territorial and glocal dimension, in Brazil and in other Latin American countries. In fact, the meaning of what occurs in each society is confi gured in interaction with the dynamics of closures and reopenings of cinemas, museums, theatres and cultural centres during the health emergency period.
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