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Mm december 2017

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Mm december 2017

  1. 1. THE MONGOL MESSENGER 7Friday, December 8, 2017 arts Arts Council of Mongolia (ACM) is an arts and culture NGO, established by Mongolian arts, civic, and business leaders in 2002 with the support of the Mongolian Foundation for an Open Society (Soros Foundation). Its mission is to support the sustainable development of Mongolian arts and culture and the preservation of cultural heritage. In 2017, ACM celebrated its 15th anniversary under the slogan ‘Accountable, Creative and Multi-stakeholder Year’, and initiated a campaign that aimed to promote the accomplishments, contributions, impacts, investments, partnerships and values that have been created by the Arts Council of Mongolia for the last 15 years. In the past few years of operations, ACM established a strong and visible infrastructure, governance, human resources and achieved significant program and fundraising success with support of local and international partners on national and international level in increased program areas. ACM focuses on increasing the competitiveness of arts and culture in Mongolia by fostering artistic excellence, new media, enhancing international collaboration, and promoting Mongolian arts and culture abroad and international arts in Mongolia. In this regard,ACM established a partnership with 47 countries, such as Australia, the United States, Afghanistan, Iran, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Canada, and Great Britain, Norway, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, Poland, China, France and Japan. Also through community outreach programs, ACM sustainably increases and builds public awareness of importance of value of arts and culture for individuals and the development of Mongolian society, as well focusing on promoting cultural heritage to the general public, transmitting intangible cultural heritage and supporting preservation of heritage sites. On April 27, the “Accountable Creative Multi-Stakeholder Year” launched an “Art Value” event which consisted of “The Value of Arts” panel discussion about art’s intrinsic value, as well as its wider impact on economy, wellbeing, society and education; a new contemporary dance “Unknown” premiere; “Re-imagine Mongolia” Arts Impact Project exhibition; and showcased “ACM” moments of art creation using a live art presentation with the support and partnership of ‘Unread’ and Arig Bank. Why Accountable? Why Creative? Why Multi-stakeholder? Under ‘Accountable’, ACM highlights its contributions and achievements in the field of economic growth in the framework of social responsibility. By December, 2017, ACM raised 6.51 million US dollars to support the development of arts and culture, initiated over 600 projects, worked with 847 sponsors, created 1,120 jobs, and paid $472,000 in taxes. Under ‘Creative’, ACM highlights its support to enhance artistic excellence and nurture talents. ACM has supported and built the capacity of 5183 artists and cultural bearers, 1163 art managers through art work and professional training, and granted local and international scholarships to 373 emerging talented artists, trained and involved 1207 teachers and 7488 students and children in different community arts education projects, and reached an audience of 4,966,610 viewers. Under ‘Multi-stakeholder’, ACM highlights its achievements of building creative partnerships and cooperation with local and international partner organizations by sending artists to international art festivals, exhibitions, long-term and short-term training, exchange programs, and tours. Within this framework, ACM supported over 500 artists to participate in international projects to promote international cultural exchanges. ACM has built a working partnership with 135 international donors, 158 international partners, 98 local donors and 554 partner organizations to contribute to the development of Mongolian arts and culture. ACM is going to celebrate its 15th Anniversary on December 13 with the support of ACM-US, APU Company, and Xanadu Fine Wines LLC. The Arts Council of Mongolia is very grateful to its supporters, members, and partners, and looks forward to many more years of partnership and success. For more information please contact at www.artscouncil.mn or call 319015, 319017 ACM PROJECT DONORS $10.000+ ACM-US Arts Council Korea (ARKO) Deloitte Onch Audit LLC Roger Perry, Australia Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation Trust for Mutual Undertstanding (TMU), USA US Embassy in Mongolia Walter Jenkins, USA $5.000-10.000 Embassy of France in Mongolia Foundation for Sustainable Development in Mountain Regions, FSDMR, Switzerland Oriflame Mongolia LLC Takhi-Co Co.Ltd $1.000-5.000 Ajigana LLC APU Company Arig Bank Arts & Culture Department, Implementing Agency for Capital City Governor Embassy of Australia in Mongolia Embassy of Canada in Mongolia Goethe Institut Mongolia Ian Findlay-Brown, Asian Art News Magazine Khan Bank Foundation METAA LLC, Korea Mongolian Properties LLC Porsche Mongolia LLC Red Hero LLC The Governor’s office of the Capital city Ulaanbaatar Tuguldur Foundation ХAC Bank ACM ORGANIZATION MEMBERS Golden Benefactor $5.000+ Mongolian Properties /In kind/ Ronoc Financial Solution, Canada Sponsor $1.000-5.000 APU Trading /In kind/ Ernest & Young Mongolia Audit LLC Nomadic Expeditions LLC Noyon Uul Erdene LLC /In kind/ Sant Maral Foundation Taipei Trade & Economic Representative Office in Ulaanbaatar Xanadu Fine Wines LLC /In kind/ ACM INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS Honorary Golden Benefactor $10.000+ Roger Perry, Australia Golden Benefactor 1.500.000₮+ Dorjpagma.B & Sarah Morrow Enkhbat.B Enkhnasan.L Ganbold.T /in kind/ Ian Findlay Brown Ichinkhorloo.S / in kind/ Tsagaan.P Sustainer 1.000.000₮ Batsaikhan.B Oyunbileg.Kh Sponsor 400.000₮ Badamkhand.B Cameron McRae & Eky Chimeg.J Ed Jager Ganbold.Ch & Enkhtuya.O Gankhuyag.N & Batgerel /in kind/ Indra.B Khulan.D Munkhjin.D Solongo.B Supporter 200.000₮ Ahmet Yazal Azjargal. O Badral. Yo Bold.M Davaanyam.D /in kind/ Delgermaa.Z Enkhzul.Ts Erdenebileg.D Erdenechimeg.B Gabriella Power Gereltuv.D Gunchinmaa.T Iain Cox Ivana Grollava Julia Pitzen Khorolsuren.J Mandkhai.P Namuun.B /in kind/ Orgiltuya.D Otgonbugj.N Otgonsuren.D Saraa.G Solongo.S Surenjav.G /in kind/ Tina.P Tsolmon.D Zeynep Yazal Zul.Ch * Listed the funding above 1000USD by the amount of donation **as of November 30, 2017 Arts Council of Mongolia, Delta Foundation Center, IV floor, Tourists Street-38, Chingeltei District Tel/Fax: 976-11-319015 E-mail: education@artscouncil.mn Web: www.artscouncil.mn ARTS COUNCIL OF MONGOLIA arts council of mongolia ARTSCOUNCILOFMONGIOLIAThe ACM would like to thank our donors and project sponsors for their generous support in 2017* ACMcelebrates15yearsofachievement Accountable,creativeandmulti-stakeholdercontributionsmadetoMongoliansociety ACM staff work for sustainable development of Mongolian arts and culture

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