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The Chairman of the Northern Ireland Arts Council, Professor Brian Walker, called on the Government yesterday to consider additional arts funding as new figures indicate Northern Ireland falls behind the rest of the UK on per capita spending.
Almost £1.3 million has been spent on consultants in the first year of the Arts Council of England's restructuring process, drawing fierce criticism from across the industry.
Scenes of Qatar and the countryside and castles of Romania went on show last night at Al Dana Club, in an exhibition of art works by Cristina Stuparu, held to mark Romania's National Day on December 1 and to raise funds for an old people's charity in the country.
A Norwegian artist is looking for women to take plaster moulds of their nipples for his latest project. Jens Hauglin wants to feature 99 impressions of nipples for his work which he plans to call 'The First Meal'.
An episode of the American television cartoon 'The Simpsons' reinforces Hungarian prejudices against its Roma or gypsy population, a rights official has said.