Most of that stuff supported by the Ministry is boring.
In my city, for example, there's a lot of theatres, but only amateur or student theatres make some interesting shows. The ones supported by the ministry are... not very appealing.
What is boring is a question of taste. However there is serious lack of sense in this system. Ignorant bureaucrats are generally unable to chose something worth support, this is not only about culture. Let look at science, how on earth bureaucrats could make right decision about what project is worth support if they have absolutely no idea about the subject? What is more, their small minds cannot even imagine what project have really crucial importance, while their choice is based on some criteria set by apparatus. Thus you can be nearly 100% sure that really impofrtant projects wont win their support.
The Ministry just promote what they want to. Let the people decide what they value.
They are responsible in Poland for coordinating intellectual property law
That is interesting, you claim that Polish intellectual property law needs to be permanently coordinated by bureaucrats? Please write more about their effort in this field...
have introduced a lot of IPR legislation to make Poland compliant with rest of EU.
Bureaucrats establishing laws to make everything to look the same elsewhere? This is hardly surprising, this is nature of socialism after all. I'm not grateful, I'm upset!
This has made conditions in Poland much better for artists, writers, songwriters, musicians, etc.
Even if (although I doubt), I'm hardly interested in their work, why should they take taxpayers money? Let those taxpayers who support this idea tax themselves and then I wont protest. I don't see why some group of people should be favoured over others.