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Arts Council announces £7.1m for leadership development to boost ...

Museums + Heritage Advisor, 30 Aug 2019

 

Egypt to Build a New Museum in Cairo's New Administrative Capital

Egyptian Streets, 30 Aug 2019


Tartu chosen as the European Capital of Culture 2024

Estonian World, 29 Aug 2019


New Report Says Arts and Culture Influence Where We Live

The Journal of Music, 29 Aug 2019


Is the writing on the wall for the private funding of museums?

Apollo Magazine, 28 Aug 2019

 

How Far Will Artists Go to Stop Toxic Philanthropy?

Artsy, 28 Aug 2019


Why the arts can lead the revival of Britain's towns

The Guardian, 27 Aug 2019

 

Australia's art institutions don't reflect our diversity: it's time to change that

The Conversation AU, 27 Aug 2019

 

Bernie Sanders Could Be the Best Arts President in US History

Jacobin magazine, 27 Aug 2019

 

A New Study Finds That People Who Attend Cultural Events Are ...

artnet News, 27 Aug 2019


OPINION: It's time to change the conversation around music education ...

The Hechinger Report, 26 Aug 2019

 

Culture wars are raging through the arts in Germany

Financial Times, 26 Aug 2019


The battle for Italy's art

Financial Times, 23 Aug 2019

 

Why are children forced to choose between the arts? The Ebacc must go

The Guardian, 23 Aug 2019


Cultural Education Partnerships' development stalls

ArtsProfessional, 22 Aug 2019

 

New Contemporary Arts Center Will Open in Estonia Next Month

Artforum, 22 Aug 2019


Iran Forms Cultural Heritage Ministry

Tasnim News Agency, 21 Aug 2019

 

Are Art Institutions Becoming Too 'Ideological'? A Debate Breaks Out ...

artnet News, 21 Aug 2019

 

Afghans restore art destroyed by Taliban as peace deal nears

CBS News, 20 Aug 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 :::


How ethical can museums afford to be? We ask fivemajor UK art museums


               

 

"As observers speculate that protests against 'toxic philanthropy' will have a chilling effect on fundraising, The Art Newspaper examines the attitudes of five major art museums in London. Their responses show that there is no single solution for the sector. The UK’s National Museum Directors’ Council 'has not collectively taken a position [on] fundraising', says the body’s acting head of strategy, Kathryn Simpson. 'It’s a matter for each individual museum to consider.'"


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


Edinburgh to host launch of new Climate Heritage Network

Deadline News, 20 Sept 2019

 

Children have a right to access art and culture

Irish Times, 20  Sept 2019

 

The Gallery Giving an Artistic Middle Finger to Censorship

OZY, 20 Sept 2019


Nordic Bridges To Explore Contemporary Nordic Culture ...

Broadway World, 19 Sept 2019

 

Art Education Is in Crisis: Can We Stop Culture Becoming the ...

frieze.com, 19 Sept 2019


Getty plans sweeping $100m initiative to promote the world's ...

Art Newspaper, 18 Sept 2019

 

London's Olympia to become 'world-leading cultural hub'

ArtsProfessional, 18 Sept 2019

 

The arts funding drought

ArtsHub, 18 Sept 2019


Free arts education programme started in Harlem expands to ...

Art Newspaper, 17 Sept 2019

 

British Council urged to clarify its use of UK culture

ArtsProfessional, 17 Sept 2019


The New Campaign to Bring African Art Home

Wall Street Journal, 16 Sept 2019

 

Massive live concert planned in the spirit of Live Aid

KoamNewsNow.com, 16 Sept 2019

 

Despite Government Crackdowns on Freedom of Expression ...

artnet News, 16 Sept 2019


ASEAN endorses Indonesian initiative on regional identity

Jakarta Post, 13 Sept 2019

 

A Striking New Museum Aims to Put a Small Turkish Town on ...

Artsy, 13 Sept 2019


Donate art to cut tax bill, firms told

The Times, 12 Sept 2019

 

Independent art institutions serve an important role in China

The Economist, 12 Sept 2019

 

Minsk to host international conference on culture and arts on ...

Belarus News (BelTA), 12 Sept 2019


New diversity targets: ACE's policy leads share their thinking ...

ArtsProfessional, 11 Sept 2019

 

Kuwait keen to activate museum's role in society service

MENAFN.COM, 11 Sept 2019

 

Greek MEP Alexis Georgoulis Wants EU to Revitalize Museums

Greek Reporter, 11 Sept 2019

 

Music, dance and drama: Why schools should uphold the arts ...

The New Times, 11 Sept 2019


Arts spend up but behind world's best

The Australian, 10 Sept 2019

 

Brexit Rages, but EU Still Funds UK Films + More News

Backstage, 10 Sept 2019


Arts deserve a central place in the curriculum

The Guardian, 09 Sept 2019

 

Inside the arts funds crisis

News24, 09 Sept 2019


Funding for culture to rise by 4.1% according to UK government's ...

Art Newspaper, 06 Sept 2019

 

Can Australia support two new Aboriginal art museums?

Art Newspaper, 06 Sept 2019


DCMS to receive 4.1% budget increase in government spending round

The Stage, 05 Sept 2019

 

As Abu Dhabi's Cultural Foundation reopens, arts education is a priority

The National, 05 Sept 2019


Europeana MOOC now available in five languages

News | Europeana Pro, 04 Sept 2019

 

How ethical can museums afford to be? We ask five major UK art ...

Art Newspaper, 04 Sept 2019

 

Get ready for the European Heritage Days

TheMayorEU, 04 Sept 2019


Conference on Cultural Diversity gets underway

Gulf Times, 03 Sept 2019

 

Australia Council promises $13ma year for arts and music

The Music Network, 03 Sept 2019

 

Why Italy's Foreign-Born Museum Directors Fear They Are No Longer ...

artnet News, 02 Sept 2019