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Sometimes luvvies are their own worst enemies. Good grief, did I say sometimes? There are few sounds more likely to turn us all into philistines than the perennial chorus of arts luminaries droning on about how vital the arts are for the nation.
Two days after news of funding cuts the Arts Council have announced they are investing an extra 44.5 million in artists and arts organisations over the next two years to help maintain artistic excellence during the economic downturn.
Regional museums, art galleries and theatres are being hit hardest by the recession, according to a new survey.
Arts Council England, the national development agency for the arts, yesterday saw its government funding for 2010/11 slashed by 4 million as part of Alistair Darlings budget. Though ACE was prepared for larger losses of up to 14 million, the funding cuts will be felt by many companies who were relying on the money to enable new projects to progress. Regularly funded companies, however, could be spared reduction of support.
The Ibero-American General Secretary, thinks that culture can be an efficient tool in Ibero-America against the economic crisis.
Sandro Bondi: Following the presentation by Marcello Venziani on culture and the crisis, inspired by the convention, organized by MiBAC with the French Academy, attended by another 40 Italian and French intellectuals, allow me to add some brief thoughts.