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Fiona Hyslop is soon to announce the first seven recipients of Creative Scotland’s Vital Spark fund in The University of Edinburgh’s provoking new gallery, Inspace.
HSBC was last night presented with both the Hollis Arts Sponsorship of the Year and Hollis Corporate Sponsorship of the Year awards for its international programme, Indian Summer.
Innovative residencies for artists working with communities in health, the environment and education have been announced as part of Creative Scotland’s Innovation Fund.
The United Kingdom Border Agency (UKBA) has released a new set of fees for immigration and nationality applications for 2010/11.
ArtsBank is a major new artistic initiative, privately funded, and based on Teesside.
The first-ever GTF Art Auction to help raise money for life-changing drug therapies in the fight against blood cancers has a new date: Thursday 4th March, 2010.
Tees Valley Arts is celebrating after being awarded a grant of £75,000 over three years to support its work as an arts development agency.
The Haiti Earthquake Fundraiser is taking place at The Roundhouse on Thursday 25th February 2010.
ARTDAILY.ORG: Italian tax police officers hold a Giuseppe De Nittis painting, one of the 19 masterpieces which was seized in Parma, Italy, Saturday, Dec. 5, 2009. Italian tax police have seized a secret attic and basement stash of Van Gogh, Picasso, Monet, Cezanne and other art works from the disgraced founder of Parmalat, the dairy company that collapsed a few years ago under billions of d
DEMOTIX: Sculptor Mark Coreth carved a life-size ice sculpture of a polar bear in Nytorv Square, Copenhagen 5th December today. People are able to reach out and touch the Ice Bear and over a few days, it will melt, leaving a bronze skeleton and a pool of water. It is part of the World Wildlife Fund Artic Tent on Nytorv Square for the United Nation Climate Change Conference 2009 (COP15)
THE GUARDIAN: Margate's most famous daughter is contemplating abandoning the UK for France in protest at the 50% tax rate and the government's attitude to the arts.
MOSCOW TIMES: If you are an aspiring young musician or simply a passionate music lover who faints at the idea of listening to Yuri Bashmet or Van Cliburn after a busy day at work, then the first international master-class festival, “Glory to the Maestro,” organized by the Mstislav Rostropovich Fund, is the event to attend.
Tees Valley Arts awarded major grant from The Baring Foundation.
Arts Council England’s Theatre Assessment - which looked at the impact of an additional £25million annual investment in theatre since 2003 - was published today.
31st Awards shortlist shows art sponsorship is alive and kicking.
THE STAGE: Street signs from some of the West End’s most famous landmarks are being auctioned off by Westminster City Council to help raise funds for a planned revamp of London’s theatreland.
LIVERPOOL ECHO: INTERNATIONALLY renowned tango dance teachers will bring the sounds of Argentina to the city after the Tango Liverpool organisation won funding from the National Lottery.
WALES ONLINE: When it was revealed that artist Sue Williams was using public money to take mouldings of women’s buttocks, it sparked uproar.
Coventry University and Siobhan Davies Dance have launched the UK’s First Digital Dance Archive thanks to funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
The winner of the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Book Awards Book of the Year title will be announced at an awards ceremony hosted by writer and comedian Rory Bremner on Friday 19 June at the Borders Book Festival.
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