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The Norwegian government is considering removing damaged Picasso murals from Oslo’s government buildings.
Nigerian artists pushed boundaries in 2012, with a wave of controversial and innovative artworks that criticised the government and engaged with the country's social problems.
A London council has announced its decision to sell the famed Henry Moore sculpture ‘Draped Seated Woman.’
Arts Council England launch program to encourage employers to pay their interns.
Former Egyptian culture minister and artist Farouk Hosni has been charged with corruption.
The UK arts world appears delighted Culture Minister Jeremy Hunt has been kicked upstairs.
Syrian sculptor Wael Issa Kaston is reported to have been tortured and killed by the Syrian government.
Reports have emerged suggesting that the Turkish government has been keeping the theft of over 200 artworks a secret.
The new French government has announced that it is considering dropping the controversial anti-piracy regime known as Hadopi because it is too expensive.
Famed composer Andrew Lloyd Webber has accused the UK government of turning its back on the arts.
UK Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt has suggested the implementation of a new state-subsidised arts channel that will require arts groups to broadcast their performances in order to receive government funding.
Although some are concerned by her lack of visual arts experience, there are high hopes that France’s new minister of culture Aurélie Filippetti will have a positive influence on France’s cultural scene.
You don’t have to be a Victorian to use the Arts Victoria website for pointers to better planning for better outcomes for arts education partnership projects.
The winner of the 2012 SA Education and Arts Ministers Award for artists working in government schools is in the UK learning more.
The Jamaican Prime Minister has announced a new National Commission on Cultural and Creative Industries will soon be established in Jamaica.
A South African housing minister has purchased a painting with government funds using an invoice for 256 McDonald’s burgers to disguise the transaction.
The city of Vancouver has recently launched an arts council which will advise on all civic programs relating to arts and culture.
The Australia Council Review has recommended that funding for regional and mid-size organisations ought to be revived, a decision that has been welcomed and celebrated by the Australian Writers’ Guild (AWG).
Two new chairs have been appointed to the Australia Council for the Arts Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board (ATSIAB) and the Literature Board: Ms Lee-Ann Buckskin and Ms Sophie Cunningham.
Activist and author Irshad Manji has been injured at a book launch that was stormed by a mob of people supposedly from the Indonesian Mujahidin Council in protest of her international book tour.
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