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Unlike other countries, which give artists individual grants and will pay to send them to international exhibitions, there is no direct funding for individual artists at the federal level in the United States. Philanthropic groups and some for-profit ventures have stepped into the gap.
The ERICarts Institute will be studying the economic and and social frameworks for artists in Europe. The study is being done for the European Parliament, and will identify challenges facing artists.
A new EU directive that is expected to be enforced this month may lead to some countries changing their laws in regards to intellectual property rights of living artists.
The Arts Council of Ireland has welcomed news that the artists’ tax exemption scheme is to remain, but says it is disappointed that the exemption is to be capped at €250 000 in any one tax year.
Two sides of the debate on issues of social security for cultural practitioners.