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Online gallery and new media arts organisation Java Museum has announced the winner of its Artist of the Year 2002 award, presented for excellence in creativity - Calin Man from Romania.
Harbour Lights, a public art installation set to grace Maryport Harbour in Cumbria, is among eight recipients of grants in the latest round of lottery funding from England's North West Arts Arts Council.
British people would strongly back the return of the Parthenon Marbles to Greece under certain conditions, according to a survey.
It has been argued that England's political conservatives are very wrong to ignore cultural issues. Culture is now a huge earner, overtaking coal, steel and the motor industry.
The Arts Council of England's latest research report, Arts in England, provides information on how people are engaging with arts and culture in England by analysing data on arts attendance, participation and attitudes. This is the first study of its kind in England for 10 years.
This report (in 4 parts) was undertaken as a New Audiences scoping study for Arts Council England to recommend a suggested programme of further activities and research, designed to enable disabled artists to choose, utilise and adopt new technologies.