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A new application process for organisations wishing to apply for Arts Council 'National portfolio' and 'Major partner museum' funding from 2015 to 2018 will open in January 2014.
Despite public arts funding drying up across Europe, the EUs Culture Programme has granted 1.9m to Metabody, a five-year global art project that starts this July. Headed by the Spanish artist and philosopher Jaime del Val, Metabody, which stands for Media Embodiment Tkhne and Bridges of Diversity, is a collaborative project among 11 partner organisations and 19 associated partners in 14 countries across Europe and the Americas.
In the Fado restaurant in Porto, Sandra Correia sings with her eyes tightly shut as she performs the melancholy repertoire of traditional Fado ballads about irreparable loss.
Three statutory bodies, New Zealand Film Commission, Creative New Zealand and Sport New Zealand will receive over $88 million which is a 21 per cent increase on the previous year.
Australia Council Chief Executive Officer Tony Grybowski today said new Peer Assessment Panels, established at the first meeting of the Australia Councils new Board this week, have already commenced the work of allocating additional funding to Australian artists and organisations.
Alan Davey, Chief Executive, Arts Council England, said: 'The funds announced today are so important because they can help artists, arts and cultural organisations to demonstrate what arts and culture can really do for this country. From supporting Deaf and disabled artists to make truly innovative art that challenges the public's perception of disability, to demonstrating how public libraries can play a huge role in supporting their local economies, the arts are truly transformative.'