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World's largest study into impact of arts on physical and ...

EurekAlert, 31 Oct 2019


Museums should become known as sites of cultural revival ...

The Guardian, 31 Oct 2019

10 American Cities With The Best Museums

TheTravel, 28 Oct 2019

Contemporary art comes to the oldest street in Cairo

Apollo Magazine, 24 Oct 2019


Iain Munro unveiled as permanent chief executive of Creative ...

The Scotsman, 24 Oct 2019

Indigenous Artists Have Been Excluded from Modern Art. A ...

INDY Week, 23 Oct 2019


Instagram Held a Private Meeting With Artists About Its Nudity ...

Hyperallergic, 23 Oct 2019


Doctors will send almost one million NHS patients for singing ...

Daily Mail, 23 Oct 2019

Conference explores issues of equity in preservation of ...

Yale News, 22 Oct 2019


Walking through time: how AI is rebuilding centuries-old Europe

Euronews, 22 Oct 2019


The Army Is Looking for a Few Good Art Experts

The New York Times, 22 Oct 2019


The Arts Are Shunning Big Oil. The Salzburg Festival Isn't.

The New York Times, 22 Oct 2019

DepEd holds education drive for arts, culture preservation

Business Mirror, 21 Oct 2019


Arts education should not be a luxury, says Julie Hesmondhalgh

The Guardian, 21 Oct 2019

Asian cities urged to guard cultural heritage as they modernise

Reuters, 18 Oct 2019


Can the arts tackle digital exclusion?

ArtsProfessional, 18 Oct 2019

MoMA makeover: has it made modern art fresh?

Financial Times, 17 Oct 2019


Future workforce, are you out there?

ArtsProfessional, 17 Oct 2019


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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 :::

Why two major auction houses reign over the billion dollar art market


"The global art market was valued at $67.4 billion in 2018, the second highest year ever. The United States, United Kingdom and China are the three largest art markets in the world. Their sales combined make up 84% of the global art market. The auction house is one of the biggest drivers of the art market. Sales at public auctions exceeded $29 billion last year. Two auction houses—Christie’s and Sotheby’s— compete head to head each year capturing more than 40% of global auction sales."


CNBC, 02 Nov 2019  |  View Video >



::: More News from Around the World ::: 

Israel's culture minister offers settlers own propaganda film fund

Al-Monitor, 08 Nov 2019


Where is the $40m World Bank fund?

BusinessGhana, 08 Nov 2019


Culture and arts set to be part of Kingdom school curriculum

Saudi Gazette, 08 Nov 2019

A new cultural vision for Dubai

Gulf News, 06 Nov 2019


Art in an age of uncertainty

ArtsHub UK, 06 Nov 2019

UK Government to protect international heritage from disasters ...

GOV.UK, 05 Nov 2019


British Museum is world's largest receiver of stolen goods ...

The Guardian, 05 Nov 2019


Egypt backs China's quest to repatriate its artifacts

Chinadaily USA, 05 Nov 2019


Wales arts: Publicly funded bodies 'not reaching poor', say AMs

BBC News, 05 Nov 2019

US Army Creates Cultural Heritage Task Force

NPR, 04 Nov 2019


Mural superiority: the fight over Germany's cold war art heritage

The Guardian, 04 Nov 2019