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"Arts in Crisis: A Kennedy Center Initiative" is a high-tech support service through which arts administrators can talk to the center's personnel about the challenges of shrinking income, budget-conscious audiences and other difficulties in keeping the doors open.
Marks and Spencer have come out in full support of the DanceHouse Appeal by sponsoring the food for the sumptuous 3-course dinner for the DanceEast’s B’jewelled Ball.
Hopkins Hall will be showing her latest body of work in continuation with her formal investigation into the angst and confusion of existing in a society tied into the complexities of individual psychologies.
An army of the biggest names in Irish literature are protesting the termination of funding to the Irish Writers' Centre, a hub for Dublin's literary community.
Gallery directors campaigning to raise a further £50m to save a second Titian painting for the nation have had significant donations and pledges of money, despite the recession.
Britain's leading art galleries and museums, including Tate Modern and the Victoria & Albert, will have to scale down their exhibition and expansion plans as recession threatens millions of pounds in business sponsorship.
MP attacks sale as schools close for lack of funds.
There is no word on when Thriller, the Musical will materialise on the Great White Way. But the erstwhile King of Pop, humiliated in recent years by a string of financial and legal setbacks, has signed a deal with producer James T Nederlander.
The Arts Council spent £29.8 million on The Public's capital costs and allocates a further £500,000 a year to support the venue's programme. The new business plan asked for an ongoing £1.5 million a year.
Russia's renowned Bolshoi Theatre has cancelled a tour and a major opera premiere due to budget cuts forced by the financial crisis, its general director was quoted as saying on Tuesday.
The Royal Court Theatre has been granted planning permission to present Look Left Look Right’s award-winning documentary theatre piece, The Caravan, in a real caravan in the middle of Sloane Square from 10 to 28 February 2009.
Much of the clamor arises from anticipation stirred by Mr. Obama’s campaign remarks about the importance of the arts. One of the few candidates with an arts platform, he called for a young “artist corps” to work in low-income schools and neighborhoods; affordable health care and tax benefits for artists; and efforts at cultural diplomacy, like dispatching artist-ambassadors to other countries.
Lavigne invested $200,000 — money raised over months at concerts and fundraisers throughout the Lower Mainland — to get to Carnegie Hall. And the morning after, he's sure it was worth it.
The tax haven plans to introduce an island-wide charge that allows residents unlimited legal downloads from P2P sites. And if it goes ahead, we'll be moving office ...
The trust is attempting to raise funds to protect and share the home of the African poet, a modest Lambeth house boasting one of the most extraordinary interiors in Britain.
Manchester Pride is delighted to announce the creation of a fund to support the production of innovative, community based events and projects for the 2009 festival.
David Cerny vowed yesterday to hand back all the public money he received for his EU sculpture although he was vague about the bulk £350,000 purse he was attempting to raise from private donors.
You can tell things have reached a pretty sticky stage when no fewer than 440 artists band together to protest about what's going on – or rather, what isn't – at the Scottish Arts Council (SAC) and Scottish Screen
Canadian Heritage Minister James Moore is preaching sustained cultural funding, saying the CBC's budget is safe and the Conservatives intend to deliver on their election promises despite the financial downturn.
Grant culture and the sands of time deserve some blame.
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