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A Swiss logistics group has plans to build a $100 million tax-free art vault next to Beijing’s Capital International Airport.
Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe has been released from a month-long stint in a Prague jail as police investigated the death of a fan at one of the band’s concerts.
Chinese film director Zhang Yimou has announced that he will cooperate with investigations into an expensive promotional film he directed for the Ministry of Railways.
UK Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt has suggested the implementation of a new state-subsidised arts channel that will require arts groups to broadcast their performances in order to receive government funding.
Chinese authorities have lessened the restrictions imposed on Chinese artist Ai Weiwei somewhat, granting the artist permission to travel domestically.
The WA AIR Grants Program funding for Stream 2 is open for applications until July 27. Stream 1 applicants have until September 21.
A Japanese illustrator who cooked and served his genitals to a group of willing dinner guests is under investigation by health officials.
Amidst allegations of fraud and corruption, the US has cancelled funding for the Pakistani version of 'Sesame Street'.
A South African housing minister has purchased a painting with government funds using an invoice for 256 McDonald’s burgers to disguise the transaction.
In a fiery protest of Italy’s cuts to their art budget, a museum director has launched his own protest by setting several artworks ablaze.
The Australia Council Review has recommended that funding for regional and mid-size organisations ought to be revived, a decision that has been welcomed and celebrated by the Australian Writers’ Guild (AWG).
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An East African pay TV broadcaster has announced their sponsorship of the Zanzibar International Film Festival.
World-renowned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has been granted permission to challenge a $2.4m tax bill in a Beijing Court.
Famed author Stephen King has not shied away from voicing his opinion that taxes on rich people should be raised.
Acclaimed actor Sir Ian McKellen is touring New Zealand to raise funds for a Christchurch theatre which was damaged in last year’s devastating earthquakes.
Canada’s National Film Board may have been the target of major budget cuts this year, but the board is adamant that this won’t affect their success.
Italian art museum, The Casoria Contemporary Art Museum, has begun to burn its collection of contemporary art in protest against the government’s budget cuts.
Say it isn’t so! New Zealand’s Te Papa museum might have to begin charging entry to visitors after the museum received funding cuts from the Wellington City Council.
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