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Amidst dangerous budget cuts, the opera world has united to conduct its very own international awards in the hopes of raising appreciation for the classic art form.
Controversy has arisen after Bulgaria’s pop-folk music culture known as ‘chalga’ was awarded funding.
Deputy Labour leader Harriet Harman has intervened in the Newcastle arts funding process in an attempt to prevent the council from completely cutting their arts and culture budget.
World Monuments Fund has revealed that they have received a US grant to help preserve the historical Thai city of Ayutthaya.
The Lyric Opera of Chicago is under investigation after a performer was badly burned during a fire-breathing stunt.
Two dozen cultural institutions across the Netherlands have been forced to shut down after being hit hard with funding cuts.
A deal has been struck between the Intercontinental Hotel and the Art Gallery of South Australia in the lead up to an exhibition of the work of J. M. W. Turner.
Bishop Auckland College in the UK has unveiled a new course which will teach students how to prepare for auditions for reality television show ‘X Factor.’
Stevie Wonder has called off a concert that was to help raise money for the Israeli Defence Force.
An artist identifying as an ‘open water swimmer’ is raising funds for a multimedia installation art project to draw attention to endangered coral reefs.
Heavy tax laws are hampering Brazil’s growing art market from competing internationally.
Award-winning author Jeanette Winterson has called for Amazon to donate its unpaid taxes to British libraries.
One of the largest auditoriums in the Middle East opened in Bahrain recently as a move to smooth over months of sectarian turmoil.
Iranian national symphony orchestra disbanded after running out of funding.
New Zealand playwright Arthur Meek was awarded the $80,000 biennial Harriet Friedlander New York Residency award.
A production of popular musical ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ is under investigation after local residents in southern Russia complained that it was offensive to Christians.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is refusing to pay the remainder of his tax evasion fine after losing his final tax appeal in a Chinese court.
A legal battle is underway after a New York strip club refused to pay taxes, claiming exemption for ‘dramatic or musical arts performances.’
Drastic cuts to funding of Dutch arts organisations spikes fear for the future of the Netherlands’ culture.
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