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Susan Scafidi takes the reader on a tour of the no-man's-land between law and culture.
A pension scheme has been set up to help artists to save while in the early stages of their career.
Namibian artists should be retrospectively compensated for hardships and losses they have suffered in the absence of a legal platform to protect their rights, said Deputy Prime Minister, Hendrik Witbooi, in a debate on the National Arts Fund of Namibia Bill in the National Assembly.
Since 1989, a-n has tracked fees and payments offered to artists for art services in the form of residencies and educational workshops.
The UNESCO World Observatory on the Social Status of the Artist has published data on employment regimes, statutes, legislation and social benefit systems for artists in 52 different countries around the world.
Last year the Belgian government changed the rules that govern how artists working in the country can make social security payments. As expected, there are pros and cons to the new arrangements.