2011 -2016 Cultural Policy
The Cultural Policy and all of the plans and programs which can be deduced from it, are oriented around the following objectives:
- Strengthen artistic and cultural creation.
- Draw attention and promote cultural industries as an engine for development.
- Strengthen and update regulations related to art and culture.
- Contribute to install artistic cultural goods and services on the international scene.
- Strengthen the recognition of copyright.
- Promote cultural creation linked to digital platforms through new communication technologies.
- Promote access and participation of the community in artistic and cultural initiatives.
- Generate access to artistic and cultural offerings.
- Promote the formation of artistic and cultural habits in the community.
- Develop and promote the role of cultural players in the creation and dissemination of arts and culture.
- Promote the exchange of cultural content through new communication technologies.
- Contribute to the valuation and protection of the material and immaterial cultural heritage.
- Contribute to promoting cultural tourism and respecting diversity and the conservation of cultural heritage of the Nation.
In 2011, the CNCA introduced the new Cultural Policy that would rule its actions until 2016. Developed through a participative, representative and decentralized process, the chilean Cultural Policy of 2011-2016 articulates around 3 prioritary premises: Promotion of the Arts, Cultural Heritage and Participation. Those guidelines respond to the vision of valuing the traditions and identity of the country, to take significant steps in the recognition and respect of the material and immaterial heritage, the perception of the uniqueness and to develop pluralistic and inclusive vision, capable of welcoming the transformations of that era.
- The axis of the “Promotion of the Arts” contributes to the development of the people and the strengthening of the cultural citizenship, by considering the chances and challenges that are generated in an increasingly globalized world.
- The axis of “Cultural Heritage” seeks to coordinate the actions about the identification, the increment, the conservation and promotion of the chilean cultural heritage, in close colaboration with the distinct public institutions.
- Lastly, the axis of the “Participation” proposes to facilitate the access to the cultural manifestations, the artistic expressions, the cultural heritage of the country and the use of the technologies concerning to the production, reproduction and promoting of cultural objects, in order to increase and form new audiences and cultural participation habits in the community.
The chart drawn by this Policy involves face major challenges during this five-year period. The goals are designed from diagnosis and proposals of the artistic community in the country, conducted during a year of work. True to the mission of promoting cultural participation that governs our institution, the main objectives of this new Cultural Policy generated from the results achieved by a comprehensive and rigorous public consultation process carried out at different levels.
Among the actions to follow, include the promotion of artistic and cultural, visible and promote cultural industries as engine sector development, strengthen and update regulations and legislation related to art and culture creation, promote the installation of goods art and culture in the international arena, strengthen the recognition of copyright and linking artistic creation with new media and technologies.
A citizen level, it seeks to promote greater community involvement, generate better access to artistic and cultural offer, incubate the formation of cultural consumption habits in society, strengthen the role of cultural agents in both the creation and the disseminate and promote the exchange and circulation of cultural content through new information technologies. In the income level, the Cultural Policy 2011-2016 aims to contribute to that values and protecting the cultural heritage both tangible and intangible, in addition to contributing to the promotion of cultural tourism, respecting diversity and conservation of heritage of the nation.
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