Browsing All Posts filed under »the press@money for the arts«

the press@money for the arts #6

Februarie 18, 2012

2

Most important articles connecting money and the arts from the 4th week of 2012 (February 6 – 12) what goes into an exhibition Crowd sourcing a little curatorial control | Art Threat fighting to get more of a certain kind of role in arts work The Stage / News / Theatres must join fight for […]

the press@money for the arts #5

Februarie 9, 2012

0

Most important articles connecting money and the arts from the 4th week of 2012 (January 30 – February 5) purposeful public funding aims at reducing disparities in regional cultural offer The Stage / News / Arts Council England launches £37 million engagement fund new collective deals for artists N.Y. Philharmonic Musicians’ Agreement Sees 2% Raise […]

the press@money for the arts #4

Ianuarie 31, 2012

0

Most important articles connecting money and the arts from the 4th week of 2012 (January 23-29) entrepreneurship in the Romanian creative industries: its  share of the GDP and the most contributive creative domains: Antreprenoriatul in industriile creative: Cu cat contribuie la PIB si de unde vin cei mai multi bani – Esimplu.ro most profitable Romanian […]

the Press@money for the arts #3

Ianuarie 25, 2012

0

Making the headlines of national and international press around money and the arts this week were, again, mainly two things: top authors or sellings in the arts market and, as a subgenre, present-day auctions which stand out because of the authors of the works of arts or the amounts paid by the buyer. In the […]

the Press@money for the arts 2012 #2

Ianuarie 16, 2012

0

Georgiana Petrache for ArtAct Magazine talked to Kelemen Hunor, minister of Culture and National Heritage about the available budget for 2012. The minister seems in peace with the amount, which, according to his own words, „it is structured as to allow the funding and the functioning of the cultural institutions directly subordinated to the Ministry […]

the Press@money for the arts 2012 #1

Ianuarie 9, 2012

0

Art Threat is “an online publication devoted to political art and cultural policy” which I have only recently came across with, but which seems to me the place of serious opinion journalism, with a strong leftist edge. This week they have published an article about the value of art schools, that I recommend for the […]