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Algarve-based low budget indie flick, 'The Right Juice', began filming on March 28.
Abu Dhabi’s cultural development on Saadiyat Island has come under fire recently due to a progress report from Human Rights Watch that stated that despite improvement, conditions for the foreign migrant construction workers are still problematic.
In a quick-fire response to the UK's current climate of tension in the media, the National Theatre of Scotland and London Review of Books have created ‘Enquirer,’ a play that addresses and investigates the issues plaguing British journalism.
Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District has been making headlines this week following a review that revealed the ambitious project is likely to face a major budget blow-out.
Big budget film ‘John Carter’ opened to a disappointing box office, whilst ‘Dr Seuss’ The Lorax’ claimed the top spot again.
The National Arts Council in Singapore has introduced a new funding scheme for schools to encourage greater student participation and engagement in the arts.
No longer will the Academy Awards come to you live from the Kodak Theatre. Kodak has opted out of its sponsorship deal with the Los Angeles venue after filing for bankruptcy earlier this month. So where to now for the world’s favourite awards ceremony?
Late October 2011, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts became the victim of a daytime theft with details originally withheld due to the pending investigation into the crime.
An oil painting by Sir Frank Bernard Dicksee called ‘Romeo and Juliet’ from 1884 has been given the title of ‘Most romantic work of art on display in the UK.’ It won with 71% of the 2,030 votes which were cast by adults in a poll conducted by YouGov on behalf of the UK Art Fund.
26 artists from Senegal have been awarded a total of $100,000 to support their work.
The allocation of funding from the National Council for Culture and the Arts’ FONDART scheme has faced criticism in Chile.
A list of America’s 50 most generous donors has revealed that philanthropists devoted more than 2 per cent of giving in 2011 to arts and culture.
The renowned Argentine actor and playwright, Juan Carlos Gené, who headed the Latin American Centre for Creation and Theatrical Investigation, died in Buenos Aires this week on January 31 at the age of 82.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland has announced that it is to be a title sponsor of the 1st Irish Festival of Theatre 2011 in New York, a gateway festival for contemporary Irish and Northern Irish playwrites.
Monday 15th August is this year's final deadline for applications for PRS for Music Foundation funding opportunities, which includes Festivals, New Works, Organisations, Performance Groups and Promoters. There will be no October deadline this year.
£55 million to help cultural organisations build endowments. Michael Portillo to chair Endowment Fund panel.
The HMRC is proposing to abolish tax allowances for late night taxis to and from work. If allowed to go through, any changes will impact on the incomes of workers in theatre, live events, film and broadcasting, many of whom rely on taxis due to regular late starts or finishes.
A series of one day bootcamps sponsored by the Welsh Government is being held across Wales for small businesses that want to grow their business fast online.
Arts Council England, the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA) have announced a new £500,000 Digital R&D Fund for Arts and Culture.
Arts Council England’s grants for the arts scheme has supported leading British design company deadgood in commissioning product designer Lee Broom to develop a new collection which will be launched during Clerkenwell Design Week this month.
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