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Archives January 2014


UNESCO to help government protect, promote Pakistan’s cultural heritage, Pakistan Daily Times, 31 Jan 2014

 

Inside the Equity for Visual Artists Act: Like Composers, Visual Artists May Soon Get Royalties on Sales Made in the U.S.The Gallerist, 31 Jan 2014


Arts organisations must seek out private as well as public sources ...
, Irish Times, 31 Jan 2014

 

Who Should Pay for the Arts?, City Journal, 31 Jan 2014

 

Why Zambian Film Industry Has Taken Long to Take Off, AllAfrica.com, 31 Jan 2014

 

A Touch of Red Helps Global Art Market Boom, ABC News, 30 Jan 2014


MUSO saved creative industries over £500m in 2013
, musicweek.com, Jan 29 2014

 

The art of living: Abu Dhabi adds cultural big-hitters to Saadiyat island project, CNN, 29 Jan 2014

 

SA government reviews film rebates to keep local industry competitive, Screen Africa, 28 Jan 2014


Spain Slashes Sales Tax on Art
, AFAnews, 28 Jan 2014

 

Creative Europe's $2 Billion Cash Pool Opens for UK, Hollywood Reporter, 28 Jan 2014

 

The State of the State of California's Creative Economy, PR Web, 27 Jan 2014

 

Fighting Big Oil's cynical arts sponsorship, The Ecologist, 27 Jan 2014

 

Investing in Arts and Creative People to Boost the Economy, Truth out, 26 Jan 2014

 

President Park highlights 'creative economy' at World Economic Forum, Arirang News, 22 Jan 2014

 

The modern day 'starving artist' is likely on food stamps, The Guardian, 21 Jan 2014


The future of Maltese art and culture
, Malta Independent Online, 21 Jan 2014

 

Which Artworks Should We Save? Cash-Strapped Italy Lets Citizens Vote, WBAA, 21 Jan 2014


UK creative industries make £8m an hour, Econsultancy (blog), 20 Jan 2014


ROC creative industry plan needs fleshing out
, Taiwan Today, 18 Jan 2014

 

Hong Kong can and should foster creative industries, South China Morning Post, 17 Jan 2014

 

5 Key Ways The Music Industry Will Change In 2014, What Culturel, 17 Jan 2014

 

Arts programs see some funds restored by Congress, KVUE, 17 Jan 2014

 

Art Market Trends 2013, Christie’s 17 Jan 2014

 

New European sales regulations worry the British online art market, AMA 16 Jan 2014

 

OAS, IDB, and British Council present, “The Economic Impact of the Creative Industries in the Americas” study, The Bahamas Weekly, 16 Jan 2014

 

Baryshnikov Plans Fund-Raising to Give Artists Space, New York Times, 15 Jan 2014

 

A peer funding model for the arts?, The Conversation, 13 Jan 2014

 

President Park's trip to India and Switzerland to focus on creative economy and foreign investment, Arirang News, 15 Jan 2014

 

US, Bulgaria sign cultural heritage protection memorandum, The Sofia Globe, 14 Jan 2014

 

Russia Rethinks State Funding for Film Production, Variety (blog), 10 Jan 2014


Iraq unveils restoration plan for heritage sites
, Al-Shorfa, 10 Jan 2014

 

Will Cool Japan finally heat up in 2014?, The Japan Times, 10 Jan 2014

 

Russian Film Sector's State Funding to Double by 2017, Hollywood Reporter, 09 Jan 2014

 

'Chinese film industry rakes up $3.6 billion in 2013',Economic Times, 08 Jan 2014

 

Lottery cash spares English arts groups from big cuts, The Guardian, 07 Jan 2014

 

The Numbers Are In: Should The Music Industry Be Worried?, Forbes, 07 Jan 2014

 

Why the Arts Really Do Mean Business, Bloomberg, 07 Jan 2014

 

Egypt Forms Committee to Propose IP Law, ag-IP-news Agency, 06 Jan 2014

 

Is art really a good investment?, Art Newspaper, 06 Jan 2014

 

A Record-Breaking Year at Auction: A Look Back at 2013, Huffington Post (blog), 02 Jan 2014