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GUARDIAN: The time is ripe for Richard Long's latest ambulatory exhibition, which promises a visual richness I can't wait to see
GUARDIAN: Modern art has become too focused on money, says Josef Valentino – which is why his junk-turned-works of art don't come with a price tag.
BBC: Free entrance to museums may become a thing of the past as the recession and funding cuts bite, according to the head of The Art Fund.
npr: Seven years ago, Ken Rabb was a legal aid lawyer and a weekend painter. But at the age of 53, he was diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer's
THE BBC: The Italian art world is in a messy "is it or isn't it" debate over a wooden sculpture that may or may not have been made by Michelangelo.
Impacts 08 has been successful in a joint bid with Liverpool City Council to secure funding from the European Commission’s Culture Programme.
The current and future effects of the economic downturn on the arts understandably continue to be a main concern of the arts sector, particularly following the announcement of a £4 million cut in the Arts Council’s government funding for 2010/11.
Plans for more than 5,000 new jobs in culture, music and creative industries unveiled by Andy Burnham and James Purnell
Government plans to create between five and ten thousand new jobs for young people in the culture and creative industries sectors were set out today by Work and Pensions Secretary James Purnell and Culture Secretary Andy Burnham.
The boards of arts and cultural organisations in the UK are 'male, stale and pale' and lead to weak and unbalanced leadership (according to a recent conference on governance in the cultural sector).
Assembly Government and Arts Council of Wales launch new action plan, ‘Arts in Health and Well-being'.
Aosdána, the affiliation of creative artists in Ireland elected 8 new members at its General Assembly in the National Gallery.
The AHRC and BT are working together to develop a collaboration to bring together the arts and humanities research community.
A new art exhibition that highlights the cultural cross-pollination between India and Great Britain in the field of textile design goes on show at the Royal Geographical Society May 7th to 21st.
The 'enfant terrible' of Czech art scene David Cerny will talk about his latest controversial installation 'Entropa'.
LIVERPOOOL ECHO: MERSEYSIDE’S green spaces have provided the inspiration for an environmental art exhibition in the city centre.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: AS any gallery owner knows, art does not exactly sell itself. Even in a bullish economy the way a work is displayed and discussed can make all the difference between igniting a collector’s abiding interest and letting the ember go cold.
CORRIERE DELLA SERA: FLORENCE – The most aggressive, voracious ones are Anobium punctatum and Oligomerus ptilinoides. Only four millimetres long, the little terrors are insatiable and chew up masterpieces of panel painting as well as supporting structures, frames and wooden sculptures.
CAN 09 transforms the East of England into a centre for visual art 11th July – 31st August 2009.
In 2006 Rutland Artist Sarah Stillman was diagnosed with Marfan Syndrome, and together with her son underwent Open Heart Surgery at The Royal Brompton Hospital London.
Catlin Group Ltd is delighted to announce the short list for the Catlin Art Prize 2009.
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