International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA)

International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) is the global network of arts councils and ministries of culture with national members from over 70 countries comprised of governments’ Ministries of Culture and Arts Councils covering all continents.

International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA)

The International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) is the global network of arts councils and ministries of culture with national members from over 70 countries comprised of governments’ Ministries of Culture and Arts Councils covering all continents.

IFACCA has over 70 members, across all continents. A list of IFACCA members is available here [http://www.ifacca.org/membership/current_members/]. Please note that while the dotMusic project has been given in-principle approval by the board of IFACCA, it has not been endorsed by individual member organisations.

  • Albania (Ministry of Tourism, Culture, Youth & Sport)
  • Armenia (Ministry of Culture)
  • Australia (Australia Council for the Arts)
  • Bahamas (Ministry of Youth, Sports & Culture)
  • Belgium (Ministry of the Flemish Community, Arts & Heritage)
  • Belize (National Institute of Culture & History)
  • Botswana (Department of Arts & Culture, Ministry of Youth, Sport & Culture)
  • Bulgaria (National Culture Fund)
  • Cambodia (Ministry of Culture & Fine Arts)
  • Canada (Canada Council for the Arts)
  • Cayman Islands (Cayman National Cultural Foundation)
  • Chile (Consejo Nacional de la Cultura y las Artes)
  • China (CFLAC – China Federation of Literary & Art Circles)
  • Cook Islands (Ministry of Cultural Development)
  • Cuba (Ministerio de Cultura de la República de Cuba)
  • Denmark (Kulturstyrelsen – Danish Agency for Culture)
  • England (Arts Council England)
  • Fiji (Fiji Arts Council)
  • Finland (Arts Council of Finland)
  • France (Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication de France)
  • Gambia (National Council for Arts & Culture of The Gambia)
  • Grenada (Grenada Arts Council)
  • Guyana (National Trust of Guyana, Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport)
  • Iceland (Ministry of Education, Science & Culture)
  • India (Ministry of Culture)
  • Ireland (Arts Council of Ireland – An Chomhairle Ealaíon)
  • Jamaica (Ministry of Youth, Sport & Culture)
  • Kenya (Bomas of Kenya)
  • Lithuania (Ministry of Culture)
  • Luxembourg (Ministère de la Culture)
  • Malawi (Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife & Culture)
  • Malaysia (Ministry of Information, Communication & Culture)
  • Maldives (Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture)
  • Malta (Malta Council for Culture and the Arts)
  • Mongolia (Ministry of Education, Culture & Science)
  • Mozambique (Ministério da Cultura)
  • Namibia (National Arts Council of Namibia)
  • Netherlands (Raad voor Cultuur – Council for Culture)
  • New Zealand (Creative New Zealand – Toi Aotearoa)
  • Niger (Ministere de la Communication, des Nouvelles Techonologies de l’Information et de la Culture)
  • Northern Ireland (Arts Council of Northern Ireland)
  • Norway (Norsk Kulturråd – Arts Council Norway)
  • Palau (Ministry of Community & Cultural Affairs)
  • Papua New Guinea (Ministry of Culture & Tourism)
  • Portugal (Direcção-Geral das Artes)
  • Qatar (Ministry of Culture, Arts & Heritage)
  • Romania (Ministry of Culture & National Heritage)
  • Saudi Arabia (Ministry of Culture & Information)
  • Scotland (Creative Scotland)
  • Senegal (Ministère de la Culture et du Tourisme)
  • Seychelles (Ministry of Community Development, Youth, Sport & Culture)
  • Singapore (National Arts Council of Singapore)
  • Solomon Islands (Ministry of Culture & Tourism)
  • South Africa (National Arts Council of South Africa)
  • South Korea (Arts Council Korea)
  • Spain (Secretaría de Estado de Cultura, España)
  • Swaziland (Swaziland National Council of Arts and Culture)
  • Sweden (Statens Kulturråd – Swedish Arts Council)
  • Switzerland (Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council)
  • Tanzania (Basata: National Arts Council) Tunisia (Ministry of Culture)
  • United Arab Emirates (Sharjah Museums Council)
  • U.S.A. (National Endowment for the Arts)
  • Vietnam (Ministry of Culture, Sports & Tourism)
  • Wales (Cygnor Celfyddydau Cymru – Arts Council of Wales)
  • Zambia (National Arts Council of Zambia)
  • Zimbabwe (National Arts Council of Zimbabwe)

The DotMusic/DotArtist Initative along with its .MUSIC Arts and Culture Fund is an affiliate member of IFACCA. The Initiative will work with IFACCA to ensure the protection of country geographic names consistent with ICANN Government Advisory Committee (GAC) advice and advance the promotion of music, culture and the arts internationally across all countries.

 

Website: http://www.ifacca.org

Membership Information: http://www.ifacca.org/membership/join/