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Prominent artists and writers, cognizant of a long, dark history of repression, have been expressing deep anxiety about the government starting to encroach on artistic freedom.
Issue no. 8 of 'Printed Project' brings together a range of contributors to think about artistic autonomy.
The economic numbers show that America dedicates more resources to culture than Europe, and it has more museums, movie theaters, and publishing houses per inhabitant than the culturally proud Europe.
Scotland's new cultural funding body will be free from government intervention, the Culture Minister said in parliament yesterday.
SDP wants culture to be perceived as a composing part of state and social progress, and to stimulate creativity.
An illustrator argues that the cost of government funding - the loss of artistic independence - is too high a price to pay.