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Two research projects funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) have been shortlisted for the Unico Impact Awards.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: Not only is a new and eagerly anticipated film work by Steve McQueen to be unveiled in the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, but the piece itself also owes a substantial part of its existence to an important new funding collaboration in the UK.
THE STAGE NEWS: Old Vic artistic director Kevin Spacey and online site IdeasTap are calling on creative talent aged 16 to 25 to bid for grants of up to £5,000.
THE ARTS NEWSPAPER: Several art funds launched during 2008—including one that Charles Saatchi was advising—have failed to secure the required cash from investors, The Art Newspaper has learned.
Royal Watercolour Society sponsor the largest prize for watercolour painting.
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.
Impacts 08 has been successful in a joint bid with Liverpool City Council to secure funding from the European Commission’s Culture Programme.
Artists taking the lead is the most ambitious and wide-ranging commission fund in the UK, offering up to £500,000 to 12 projects around the country as part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
The AHRC and BT are working together to develop a collaboration to bring together the arts and humanities research community.
Worldwide events will create the ARTHUR GUINNESS FUND – to enable and empower individuals to benefit their communities
Arts Council England will invest an extra £44.5 million in artists and arts organisations over the next two years to help maintain artistic excellence during the economic downturn.
THE STAGE: Welsh heritage minister Alun Ffred Jones has cautioned the country’s arts sector not to “take funding for granted”, warning that cultural organisations are likely to be hit by cash cuts.
Nominations for the Arts & Business Awards, which celebrate and showcase the best examples of cultural partnerships and sponsorships across the UK, open now.
Salon09 is an ambitious open submission exhibition, which will take place in September.
Public art projects to be developed in locations throughout Scotland have been given a boost thanks to funding from the Scottish Arts Council’s new Public Art Fund.
The four winning authors of the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Book Awards were announced today (Wednesday 8 April).
Following on from Paris in November and preceding Berlin in July, the 18th Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid, now in its third year in Madrid, will once again create a space for discovery and thought between new cinema and contemporary art at several prestigious locations of Madrid's art scene: the Reina Sofia National Museum, the auditorium at the Ministry of Culture, the CA2M Centro
THE INDEPENDENT: New online music sensation signs a ground-breaking deal to start selling songs as well as playing them.
BLOOMBERG: Murder in a bread line. Migrants drowning at sea. Solitary death in an uncaring city. Such kinds of events draw laughs on a Cairo stage.
AccessArt's application to the Big Lottery Family Learning Fund their three year Family Learning Project has been unsuccessful.
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