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SCOTTISH ARTS COUNCIL: International music producers Serious will manage Air Time: Jazz CPD Scotland, A Scottish Arts Council Initiative
THE ARTS COUNCIL: The Minister for Tourism, Culture and Sport, Ms Mary Hanafin, T.D. met the Arts Council on 25 May, at their office in Merrion Square, Dublin 2.
Creative courses hub, Artsbowl is backing the recently launched ‘cultural manifesto’ urging the government not to pull the plug on support for the arts.
It is the last opportunity to share your experience creatively with Cancer Council
Join us in making contact with your local Government representative and ask that they lobby for the retention of an Arts minister at the Cabinet table.
A researcher from the Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR) at the University of the West of England has been awarded just over £30k by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
Culture Minister Joke Schauvliege announced the laureates of the annual Culture Awards of the Flemish Community 2009.
The Scottish Arts Council, is co-ordinating two Showcasing Scotland events and the Scottish presence at the music industry festival South by South West in Austin, Texas.
Fifty-five Arts organisation have been accepted onto the Scottish Arts Council’s £1million Ambition Scotland programme.
LIFE IN ITALY: Italian minister Roberto Maroni said Tuesday he would have voted with the Swiss majority in a controversial referendum this weekend to ban the building of Islamic minarets.
The referendum passed on Sunday with a surprise 57.6% vote in the face of strong opposition from Switzerland's moderate government, who said it violated the constitution.
HERALD SCOTLAND: Scottish Labour leader Iain Gray’s reference to Fiona Hyslop’s new post as Culture Minister as a ‘non-job’ has provoked anger among Scotland’s artistic community
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.
Paul Lee has been appointed as the new Chair of the Horserace Betting Levy Board, Minister for Sport Gerry Sutcliffe announced today.
This briefing note distils information from several sources, to summarise the craft sector’s current economic impact and business profile, updating the Craft Today context section of the Crafts Council’s Strategy and Plan with new information from the 2009 documents published in relation to The Craft Blueprint.
Arts Council’s under 26 free theatre scheme gets off to flying start.
Arts Council England’s Theatre Assessment - which looked at the impact of an additional £25million annual investment in theatre since 2003 - was published today.
Fringe theatre and the national minimum wage - an Equity Council policy statement.
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.
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) is calling on festival goers to capture their memories of this summer’s festivals in photography, video and sound - to become part of an exciting new research project.
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).
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