The provision of basic cultural supply is a stated component of the cultural policy of the government. Houses of culture are key in this endeavour, both by involving citizens in their activities and by providing venues. Nevertheless, there is no general strategy dedicated to audience development.
Events such as the World Days of Music, the Day of Open Heritage, ICOMOS International Day of Monuments and Sites, the Night of Museums, the Month of Libraries etc., are becoming increasingly vigorous and public subsidies accorded to them is also becoming increasingly well planned. Public relations activity for these events is highly professional and their influence over the public is growing.