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Eighteen museum, art and heritage sites in UK have been awarded Catalyst: Endowments funding to attract money from private philanthropic sources. M&H online, 09 Jul 2012


Creative Giving: New Zealand’s call for arts and culture philanthropy. The Dominion Post, 05 July 2012


UK Culture Secretary unveils new mobile arts philanthropy platform. The Stage, 03 July 2012

An increasing number of artists are becoming philanthropists
. The Art Newspaper, 04 July 2012


Recipients of £56m grants to boost philanthropy in the arts announced, Civil Society Media, 21 June 2012


Private & Philanthropic: The Evolution Of China’s Art Collectors. Jing Daily, 07 June 2012

Robert Rauschenberg Foundation launches new artist residency program
News Press, 07 June 2012


Philanthropist Couple Donate Art Collection, Including David Hockney And Lucian Freud Paintings, To Tate. Huffington Post UK, 29 May 2012

Arts Philanthropy at Rolex: 
Margaret Atwood mentors British novelist Naomi Alderman.  Toronto.com, 19 May 2012


Asia’s superrich want to build their own art museums. The Vancouver Sun, 10 May 2012


Debate on How to Fund the Arts in America.The New York Times, 01 May 2012


           American Philanthropyis Unrivaled

           Incentives for Private Support

           A Fraction of Private donations go to Arts

Individual giving activity in the arts sector set for 'remarkable' rise
. CivilSociety.co.uk, 26 April 2012

Uzbekistan: Arts Patron Gulnara Karimova’s Philanthropic Activities Raise Concern
. Eurasia.net, 26 April 2012


The Focus of Corporate Philanthropy – Support for the Arts to Decrease in the US. Forbes, 21 March 2012


Globe-trotting billionaire has big ambitions for contemporary art museum. The Bellingham Herald, 19 March 2012


Philanthropy and the arts – Australian review on private sector support for the arts. The Conversation, 13 March 2012


UK Arts Philanthropist Alan Grieve: Is the future of the arts in his hands?The Independent, 11 March 2012


Budi Tek – Cultural Philanthropist. The Hindu, 10 March 2012


On Arts Philanthropy: Occupy the Arts! Huffington Post (blog), 09 March 2012


Cargill Heiress Leaves $6 Billion to Support Art, Animal Rights. Bloomberg, 28 Feb 2012

Companies give less, individuals more to arts in UK
Reuters UK, 28 Feb 2012


Arts Philanthropist Adrienne Arsht celebrates 70th birthday. Bloomberg, 14 Feb 2012


America’s top 50 philanthropists include 12 arts donors. The Los Angeles Times, 06 Feb 2012

ne of Australia's leading investment bankers on arts philanthropy. The Australian, 27 Jan 2012


U.S. heiress brings art to Middle America. The heiress daughter of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton is bringing art to Middle America when she opens a new museum this week featuring an immense collection of American art.  Reuters, 09 Nov. 2011


Brazilian industrialist to build ambitious contemporary arts park. One of Brazil’s most successful businessmen, Bernardo Paz, unveiled plans last week to build a mecca for contemporary arts fans around the Inhotim Cultural Institute, a sprawling rural estate that is already one of the most  unusual arts destinations in Latin America. The Guardian, 09 Oct. 2011


Wearing a Philanthropic Heart on Their Designs. For Some Designers, Charity Begins at Work as They Create New Products Meant to Improve Lives and Organize Fund-Raising Projects. The New York Times, 30 Sept 2011


Peer Leadership in Cultural Philanthropy sees an Increase in Australia. Convincing benefactors to shed the cloak of anonymity is just one of the issues facing the philanthropic sector. The Age, Australia, 12 Sept. 2011

Philanthropy provides sweet charity for the arts. Private giving, rather than corporate sponsorship or government funding, is providing an increasing share of arts companies' financial base. Sydney Morning Herald, 06 July 2011, Australia