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Crala Escola says in her blog that funding the arts in America should be a national priority. Bolstering national commitment to the arts will renew America's competitive edge, and have a far-reaching influence on strategic issues of domestic and international security.
The Chairs of the independent Australia Council Review have launched an online survey to identify a broad range of views about the relevance and support the agency provided to the arts, culture and creative industries.
Participants of the 2nd Saudi Literary Forum recommended the formation of an independent ministry of culture that takes care of literature, folk culture, childrens culture, book fairs, plastic arts, Arabic calligraphy, theater, arts, music, heritage, photography, sculpture, cinema and innovation.
The Federated States of Micronesia is undertaking a cultural mapping, planning and policy project (CMPP) which is funded by the European Union and facilitated by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community.
The Swaziland National Council of Arts and Culture, has now been registered as a Government Parastatal.
The Northern Ireland Executive is planning to make substantial cuts to government spending during budget period 2011-2015. The arts face a proposed cut of 4.2m. This represents a real terms 23% reduction in public funding for the arts across the region.