Cendana's Food Aid set to reach more arts and cultural workers

  • Arts
  • Monday, 28 Jun 2021

The Food Aid Programme, driven by the Cultural Economy Development Agency (Cendana), aims to help 1, 500 artists and cultural workers across the nation. Photo: Cendana

With the extension of Phase One of movement control under the National Recovery Plan to curb the spread of Covid-19, the cultural and creative sectors will continue to remain shut.

The ongoing closure of performing arts spaces and the suspension of cultural events - which began in the Klang Valley on May 7 before the implementation of total nationwide lockdown on June 1 - has left the arts scene nationwide verging on Covid-induced collapse.

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