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A steep decline in sponsorship will reshape cultural life in Britain if businesses bow to criticism about money being "wasted" on the arts.
Marrugeku Theatre Company as the first recipient of the State Government’s Major Production Fund.
The Arts Development program provides flexible, project based funding to Victoria's independent professional artists and arts organisations.
Local communities throughout regional Western Australia will share in $40million of State Government funding this financial year through the new Regional Grants Scheme, an initiative of Royalties for Regions.
One of the Art Gallery of South Australia’s most generous benefactors, Max Carter AO has this week donated a major painting by Australian artist Rupert Bunny, 'A summer morning', 1897, in an effort to encourage others to give during difficult economic times.
US pop star Pink has been so affected by the horrific images of the Victorian bushfires she has decided to donate a quarter of a million dollars to help the victims.
Youth throughout Western Australia will benefit from the allocation of grants totalling $29,062 in the coming weeks.
Aboriginal artists and recognised Aboriginal arts organisations have been invited to apply for assistance though the Arts Tasmania Aboriginal Arts Fund, which aims to support, revitalise and preserve traditional and contemporary Aboriginal artforms and practices.
Genevieve received a 90% subsidy from Metro Screen’s Jumpstart Production Funding to support the making of 'Be My Brother'.
Alcoa of Australia is giving away its $3 million corporate art collection to galleries and health care organizations across the country - the donations coming in the midst of the challenging economic climate when Australian communities need corporate support more than ever.
The average wage for a freelance writer in Britain is less than the pay of a supermarket worker. The reality in 2009 is a good deal bleaker.
The financial crisis may ultimately help New York by reenergizing its creative economy. “When a place gets boring, even the rich people leave.” With the hegemony of the investment bankers over, New York now stands a better chance of avoiding that sterile fate.
From an economic standpoint, starving the arts is suicidal. Consider the case of the High Line, the park in the Meatpacking District. The City of New York invested $170 million in the project, which directly inspired as many as 50 major residential projects worth as much as $5 billion. And the park isn’t even open yet.
When it comes to funding for state arts agencies, California remains not-so-proudly ensconced in its customary slot — dead last — according to a report from the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies.
Here is a modest proposal: The federal government — which means you and I — should pump $62 billion into the nation's nonprofit cultural infrastructure. Crisis is a time for boldness, not timidity, and few recall an economic crisis quite like this one. So art museums, symphonies, theaters, dance companies and other cultural centers should get a huge infusion of funds.
Local Government Minister John Castrilli has welcomed the 2009 Grants Directory, providing community members and local governments seeking funding, access to view more than 110 grants in the one place.
"While increasing the NEA budget will guarantee economic growth in the arts, unless the NEA can be made independent politically and fiscally, it is unlikely that higher funding levels will be sustainable. Only a genuine federal endowment for the arts stands a chance at long-term success."
Box-office chaos at last year's arts festival caused by inadequate project control and insufficient resources, claims independent investigation.
There was no flashy choreography as grim-faced Broadway industry leaders pleaded bluntly and plainly with New York legislative budget writers on Tuesday to reject Gov. David A. Paterson’s proposed tax on theater tickets, which would raise prices about 8 percent.
Executives of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday announced a plan to provide free, confidential advice to struggling nonprofit arts groups throughout the United States.
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