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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.
A controversial Turkish play has rattled the nerves of Turkey’s conservative government.
Italian art museum, The Casoria Contemporary Art Museum, has begun to burn its collection of contemporary art in protest against the government’s budget cuts.
Say it isn’t so! New Zealand’s Te Papa museum might have to begin charging entry to visitors after the museum received funding cuts from the Wellington City Council.
Artist Allie Campbell has won the Bald Archy Prize with her first ever entry: two portraits of Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Opposition Leader Tony Abbott, painted in two separate hospital bed pans.
The Turkish government has asked a number of US museums to return artifacts to their rightful place.
Marryatville High School drama teacher Earle Kilvert has won the 2012 Education and Arts Ministers Award for 2012
Entries to the Cancer Council Victoria’s Arts Awards close April 27. Anyone, anywhere in the world, of all ages and artistic abilities can enter.
British actor Stephen Fry has lent his support to calls for the British Government to "redress a great wrong."
The Pakistan National Council of the Arts is holding an exhibition of women’s work
Want to know your chances of surviving as an artist in Australia? The Australia Council for the Arts has it all figured out.
The Music Council of Australia has instruments available for loan to musicians who have the verve and virtuosity to play them.
Dr Karen Maras is a winner of an 2011 Australian Teaching and Learning Council award for her outstanding contributions to visual arts teacher education.
The National Arts Council in Singapore has introduced a new funding scheme for schools to encourage greater student participation and engagement in the arts.
Jana Sterbak and Jan Peacock are among artists to be honoured with the 2012 Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts. A collaboration between the Canada Council and the Governor General of Canada, the award honours excellence in the industry with up to 8 prizes of $25,000 up for grabs.
The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe announced winners of the 10th National Merit Awards at the 7 Arts Theatre in Harare earlier this week.
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