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In a competition to find an architect to build the £45 million Patna Museum in India, the elected winner, architects Foster + Partners, are being contested by the state government’s reluctance to pay their sizeable commission. The contract could in fact end up in the hands of the runner-up, architectural firm Maki.
French actor Gerard Depardieu is set to star as former French finance minister Dominique Strauss-Kahn, in a film about his infamous New York sex scandal.
The allocation of funding from the National Council for Culture and the Arts’ FONDART scheme has faced criticism in Chile.
The Honorable Minister of Tourism and Hospitality Industry of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Engineer Walter Mzembi, and Executive Director of the Africa Travel Association (ATA), Edward Bergman, announced today that Zimbabwe will host ATA’s 37th Annual World Congress,
The ISM and Music Teacher magazine have renewed calls for the Government to review the EBac with aim of including music in a sixth pillar of creative and cultural academic subjects.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland has announced that it is to be a title sponsor of the 1st Irish Festival of Theatre 2011 in New York, a gateway festival for contemporary Irish and Northern Irish playwrites.
Building on the success of last year’s pilot scheme, the Arts Council of Northern Ireland is encouraging artists to apply for its Artists Career Enhancement Programme, which opened on Monday.
Arts Council England has published its updated criteria for assessing applications for Tier 1 visas for artists of exceptional talent to live and work in the UK.
Details of the second exhibition of works from the Government Art Collection have been announced.
The Arts Council Collection is now available to view online as part of ‘Your Paintings’ project.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Arts Council have outlined their commitment to prioritising development opportunities for professional artists following a report which found that the average artist earns just £7,500 per year in Northern Ireland and £14,500 in the Republic of Ireland.
A series of one day bootcamps sponsored by the Welsh Government is being held across Wales for small businesses that want to grow their business fast online.
Arts Council England’s scheme for the arts scheme has supported one of the largest carnival arts projects to mark the official opening of a major international sport competition this June.
Arts Council England, the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA) have announced a new £500,000 Digital R&D Fund for Arts and Culture.
The government has announced its plans to move ahead with de-regulating live music.
Arts Council England’s grants for the arts scheme has supported leading British design company deadgood in commissioning product designer Lee Broom to develop a new collection which will be launched during Clerkenwell Design Week this month.
A major new promotional scheme to support the UK's best fiction writers announced its first selection of eight titles yesterday. Supported by Arts Council England through National Lottery Grants for the arts, Fiction Uncovered pledges to support exceptional writers to gain wider recognition.
Identifying barriers to growth and building a more successful British film industry will be the top priorities of a review of Government film policy to be led by former Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Lord Chris Smith.
The deadline for applications to Creative Councils has been extended to 12 noon, 20th June 2011.
Following five successful years of the flagship Library of Wales project, the Welsh Books Council has awarded Parthian the tender to publish the next list of fifteen classic books from Wales.
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