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 New Delhi: Grants, corporate support offer hope to public art. IBN Alive, 30 Nov 2012


Australia: Archer sounds warning on creative arts future. WAToday.com.au, 29 Nov 2012


How Korean culture stormed the world. South China Morning Post, 30 Nov 2012


Case for culture: make your voice heard. Arts leaders have had their say – now it's your turn to persuade government why arts and culture are worth continued investment. The Guardian (blog), 28 Nov 2012


UK’s Ed Vaizey rejects arts funding criticism. The Stage News, 28 Nov 2012


Russian Cinema Fund to provide support, not financing. Russia Beyond the Headlines, 28 Nov 2012


State Meddling Stifles China's Film Industry. The New York Times, 28 Nov 2012


Indonesia’s creative industries lack competitiveness. Jakarta Post, 28 Nov 2012


Bulgarian Minister Seeks EUR 600 M for Cultural Projects in 2014-2020. Novinite.com, 26 Nov 2012


The Future of Financing the Arts: An Interview with Adam Huttler of Fractured Atlas. "We must abandon the notion that a strong arts policy begins and ends with public funding." Reason.com, 26 Nov 2012


Arab Thought Foundation launches cultural development report. Gulfnews.com, 26 Nov 2012


Art market back with a vengeance. National Business Review, 24 Nov 2012


Reviving the cultural power of China's museums. China Daily, 23 Nov 2012


Ghana to establish trust fund to support creative industry. NZweek, 23 Nov 2012


Botswana Government supports creative industries. Mmegi.online, 22 Nov 2012


UK Government welcomes new report on arts philanthropy. The Stage, 21 Nov 2012


Istanbul's Art Market Soars to New Heights — But Will It Be Undone by UnrestArtInfo.com, 20 Nov 2012


Head of philanthropy and fundraising at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport in UK: museums need to start getting better at asking for money. Artlyst, 19 Nov 2012


Iceland consolidates recovery through creative industries. Design Week, 12 Nov 2012


Philanthropy in FashionNew York Times, 15 Nov 2012

Australia’s Arts Minister pledges $20 million to set up an Australian Interactive Games Fund. The Telegraph, 15 Nov 2012


Crowdfunding:a viable source of finance for the creative industries?International Law Office, 15 Nov 2012


Arts And Culture Will Propel Ghana’s Economy. Peace FM online, 15 Nov 2012


Cultural exchange: U.S.-China Summit ponders future of film co-productionsFilm Journal, 15 Nov 2012


Art Prices Balloon at Christie’s $412 Million Sales. Wall Street Journal, 15 Nov 2012


Burma - An Unlikely Art DestinationForbes, 14 Nov 2012


The Art Market: Unregulated, Unscrupulous And Worth BillionsArt Lyst, 14 Nov 2012


Creative and media sectors set to beat financial sector in London.The Drum, 13 Nov 2012


France Cuts its Culture Budget for 2013, While Germany Boosts Arts SpendingBlouin ArtInfo, 13 Nov 2012


Tourism Minister Wants More Space for CreativityJakarta Globe, 13 Nov 2012


Iceland consolidates recovery through creative industriesDesign Week, 12 Nov 2012


Abu Dhabi Arts Hub Ready to Inspire. The National, 11 Nov 2012


Senate passes bill to strengthen Philippine design industrySun Star, 09 Nov 2012


Macau government boosts funding for arts and creative industries.Macaubusiness.com, 09 Nov 2012


Culture ministry plans Taiwan art bank. Taiwan Today, 09 Nov 2012


So many art courses, but are there jobs? Asia One News, 09 Nov 2012


ArtsVest announces $175,000 in funding for city arts and culture.Vancouver Sun, 08 Nov 2012


Scottish independence: Culture secretary pledges to safeguard arts spending in independent Scotland. The Scotsman, 08 Nov 2012


Beijing opens cultural sector to attract investorsMorning Whistle, 06 Nov 2012

Syria: A cultural exodusThe Eonomist (blog), 05 Nov 2012


Indonesia, UK sign MoU on creative industryJakarta Post, 03 Nov 2012