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Labour will pledge to protect Scotland’s arts and culture budget after swingeing cuts to flagship institutions in recent years.
The Government must rethink the way the arts are funded after falling Lotto sales has left the sector with declining resources and increasingly vulnerable, Labour’s Arts, Culture and Heritage spokesperson Jacinda Ardern says.
When more than $100 million was taken from the arts to establish a new fund with federal ministerial discretion, the industry feared the result would be politicised and ultimately damaging to the arts.
A revealing report by the New Local Government Network and Arts Council England (ACE) has uncovered figures that we already suspected, that local authority investment in arts and culture has declined by 17%, £236m, since 2010.
The relationship of the state and the creative unions should be a partnership. This opinion was expressed at a press conference by the Minister of Culture of Belarus Boris Svetlov.
The Canadian Heritage minister has always had the final word on whether an organization or individual gets federal arts funding. Before every cheque was signed, the minister and their office could unexpectedly overturn grants already carefully reviewed by the department’s regional bureaucrats.