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Creative New Zealand is reviewing howthe council canbest support and develop craft/object and visual arts in New Zealand.
The month-long exhibition of contemporary art, set to open on Friday, has been marred by a controversy that led to the dumping of a major sponsor, Transfield, and the resignation of the chairman of the Biennale board.
In September 2012 Visual Artists Ireland invited a group of participants to form a Working Group to examine internships in the visual arts sector.
The murky lack of definition about internships is no more. Released today, Visual Artists Irelands Best Practice Guidelines for Internships provides clear and simple instructions on how individuals and organisations can steer clear of the rising levels of abuse of workers undertaking internships.
The Eurozone may be in freefall, and governments across Europe may be slashing their culture budgets, but countries are still investing in their national pavilions at the worlds most prestigious exhibition, the Venice Biennale (1 June-24 November).
Coinciding with Glasgows hosting of the Commonwealth Games in the summer of 2014, 'GENERATION', developed as a partnership between the National Galleries of Scotland and Glasgow Life, aims to reinforce Scotlands position as an international centre for the visual arts, and to make contemporary art more accessible and relevant to as wide a range of people as possible.