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Russian Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky said he believes the problem of funding Russian films can be effectively solved through conducting special lotteries, where the main prizes could be dining with Russian stars, as well as roles in films and television series. "I am sure that such lotteries would enjoy great success and help to sponsor the national cinema,” he stated.
Creative New Zealand is reviewing its budgets for the 2016/17 financial year and beyond, following a further forecast decline in revenue from New Zealand Lottery Grants Board (NZLGB) for the 2015/16 financial year.
The first of a new suite of five leadership development opportunities is now open for applications from arts managers across Australia.
Arts Council of Wales chairman Dai Smith has criticised the Welsh government for its "knuckle-headed, philistine" approach to the creative industries.
The nation's arts sector is heading towards financial strife because fewer Kiwis are playing Lotto.
Canada's reengagement in global affairs and sharply increased investment in arts and culture offer opportunities to raise the visibility of UNESCO across the country, affirmed Mr Simon Brault, Director and CEO of the Canada's Council for the Arts, during a meeting with Director-General Irina Bokova in Ottawa on 29 March, 2016.