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We need a New Deal for the arts. Here's how it should work

Prospect, 30 June 2020

 

The future of AI needs diversity and the arts, our education ...

Women’s Agenda, 30 June 2020


Why Evidence For The Effect Of Art On Health Is Especially ...

Forbes, 29 June 2020

 

Local gov'ts financially aiding virus-hit artculture sector

Japan Today, 29 June 2020


Coronavirus: how museums and galleries are preparing for ...

The Conversation UK, 25 June 2020


Christie's Hosts Visual Exhibition Of Children's Artwork

Forbes, 25 June 2020


How the National Endowment for the Arts Has Advocated for ...

My Modern Met, 24 June 2020

 

Support for artists is key to returning to vibrant cultural life post ...

The Conversation CA, 24 June 2020


Irish venues to reopen as Arts Council receives €20m

IQ Magazine, 23 June 2020

 

Not Cancelled Brazil: The World's Largest Online Art Fair ...

Newcity Brazil, 23 June 2020

 

Art for the digital age: how streaming will change the art world

Global Banking And Finance Review, 23 June 2020


Germany strives to kickstart culture in a world blighted by virus

The Local Germany, 22 June 2020

 

The future of the arts: 'The classical music world has been ...

The Guardian, 22 June 2020


World spends to protect culture from economic ruin

The Guardian, 18 June 2020

 

Art and Activism: The Black Arts Movement

Redbrick, 18 June 2020


UK creative industries facing £74bn drop in income after ...

The Guardian, 17 June 2020

 

Australian heritage site destruction sharpens focus on ...
Environment Analyst, 17 June 2020


Arts sector gets €25m to help offset impact of coronavirus

The Irish Times, 16 June 2020

 







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Arts Investment News provides a curated selection of online news articles from around the world, informing about current developments, trends and debates on policies and investments in the arts, cultural heritage and tourism, and creative industry sectors.

 

 

::: Editor's Pick ::


What Does the Public Want From Art in a Post-COVID World?


                     


"In what’s billed as one of the largest arts and culture studies ever done in the US, the new report “Culture and Community in a Time of Crisis” has surveyed some 124,000 people to take a look at their thoughts on the role of culture in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The results don’t look good, but it’s good data to look at, to get a sense of the challenges the sector faces.

 

artnet News, 09 July 2020  |  READ ARTICLE >


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A crisis in community reach: MoMA's arts educators respond to

The Artsnewspaper.com, 10 July 2020

 

Olafur Eliasson: Widespread closure of arts institutions could ...

Inews.co.uk, 10 July 2020

 

Mellon Foundation Announces US Regional Arts Resilience ...

American Theatre, 09 July 2020

 

What Does the Public Want From Art in a Post-COVID World ...

artnet News, 09 July 2020

 

Is Germany's largest cultural institution too big to work?

Deutsche Welle, 09 July 2020


The Irish Times view on arts funding: A New Deal needed

The Irish Times, 08 July 2020

 

Culturearts and education in the time of COVID-19

Times of Malta, 08 July 2020


Want A Successful UK Post Brexit Worth Billions? Invest In ...

Forbes, 07 July 2020

 

Egypt to reopen state galleries and museums

Ahram Online, 07 July 2020

 

The Louvre in Paris sells out for restricted reopening

Deutsche Welle, 07 July 2020


Boris Johnson pledges £1.5bn lifeline to keep UK's arts sector ...

The Guardian, 06 July 2020

 

Culture can drive green recovery

The Ecologist, 06 July 2020

 

Australia needs to be creative in the arts

The Mandarin, 06 July 2020


Government Arts Boost 'Does Not Come Close To Meeting ...

NPR, 02 July 2020

 

Cultural Life Is Back in Europe. In the UK, They Talk of Collapse.

The New York Times, 02 July 2020