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Bordeaux gets €60m Meca for creative industries

Art Newspaper, 28 June 2019

 

European city governments are using “matchmaking” to boost their ...

CityMetric, 28 June 2019


China sees growing export of cultural products

China.org.cn, 27 June 2019

 

The Growing Global Pushback Against Sketchy Antiquities

OZY, 27 June 2019

 

An Islamophobic security agenda shouldn't mix with arts funding

The Guardian, 27 June 2019


ACE proposes 'relevance' among key funding criteria

ArtsProfessional, 26 June 2019


South Korea Introduces Plan for 16 Percent Increase in Arts ...

Artforum, 26 June 2019


Future of Notre Dame Cathedral wide open

Deutsche Welle, 25 June 2019

 

A Biennial Navigates Indigenous Cultures Around the Globe

Hyperallergic, 25 June 2019 


Is Beijing the next art superpower?

Wallpaper*, 24 June 2019

 

Hollywood figures forecast for the future: How will movies survive the ...

The New Daily, 24 June 2019


Bolsonaro hires far-right theatre director to lead federal arts oganisation

Art Newspaper, 21 June 2019

 

Private investment in arts & culture increases by 8% over three years

UK Fundraising, 21 June 2019

 

Artprice: France's Cultural Policy is Not in the Country's Best Interests ...

Yahoo Finance, 21 June 2019


Civil unrest destroys cultural heritage too

News of Bahrain- DT News, 19 June 2019

 

Using culture to breathe new life into historic city centres

Cordis News, 19 June 2019

 

Asking Artists, What Do You Need?

The New York Times, 19 June 2019


Egypt, EU kick off €3 million project to revamp the Egyptian Museum in ...

Egypt Independent, 18 June 2019

 

London arts get more money from private donations than rest of ...

virginmediatelevision.ie, 18 June 2019


Get the edge on cultural leadership

ArtsHub, 17 June 2019

 

16th Istanbul Biennial Announces Artists And Programmes

ArtLyst, 17 June 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 :::


The Guardian view on classical music: art or status symbol?


                


„Some argue that classical music’s particular problem ist he way it harks back, rejecting innovation in a way that audiences for the visual arts or literature have not.“


The Guardian, 05 July 2019  |  READ ARTICLE >

                
                     

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


Benin Receives $22.5 Million Loan From France for New Museum

Hyperallergic, 18 July 2019


Arts
 and culture donations in Singapore rise for first time in three years

The Straits Times, 18 July 2019


Trustee resigns from British Museum's board over BP sponsorship

virginmediatelevision.ie, 17 July 2019

 

British Museum to explore Islamic world's impact on western art

The Guardian, 17 July 2019


Microsoft launches AI for Cultural Heritage as part of US$125mn AI for ...

Gigabit Magazine - Technology News, Magazine and Website, 16 July 2019

 

Employees at Munich's Haus der Kunst Fear Mass Dismissal

Artforum, 16 July 2019


The brutal death that politicised New York's art world

BBC News, 15 July 2019

 

Sir Simon Rattle: 'more people in mainland China are learning the ...

South China Morning Post, 15 July 2019


Art Ring Charged With Smuggling $143 Million in Antiquities | Voice of ...

Voice of America, 11 July 2019

 

Return of the Cairo Int'l Biennale for Visual Arts with a large plethora of ...

Ahram Online, 11 July 2019

 

BP boss says protests against its arts funding 'just feel odd'

The Guardian, 11 July 2019


Deciphering the EU's new rules on the import of cultural goods

Apollo Magazine, 10 July 2019

 

Ethnic diversity makes Britain's culture great. It would be a disaster if ...

The Guardian, 10 July 2019


Tens of thousands of Estonians perform mass folk singing

Euronews English, 09 July 2019

 

British Museum rejects calls to drop BP sponsorship deal

Financial Times, 09 July 2019


Why we need a bold national vision for culture and creativity

ArtsHub, 08 July 2019

 

Discover the new cultural routes of Europe

TheMayorEU, 08 July 2019


OSF offers Hungarian arts programmes one million euros

Emerging Europe, 05 July 2019

 

The Guardian view on classical music: art or status symbol?

The Guardian, 05 July 2019


Who has the right to decide what art is made in Australia? Apparently ...

The Guardian, 04 July 2019

 

Governments Are Giving Collectors Interest-Free Loans to Support ...

Artsy, 04 July 2019


New EU agenda states the importance of cultural heritage

Attractions Management, 03 July 2019

 

Why Artists Should Be Allowed to Fail

Artsy, 03 July 2019


There's no such thing as 'clean' money for the arts

Spiked, 02 July 2019

 

Price tag for new Museum of London jumps by a third to £332m

Financial Times, 02 July 2019


The Irish Times view on the creative sector: art for art's sake

Irish Times, 01 July 2019

 

How Art Saves the Malls — Lessons from China

Jing Daily, 01 July 2019