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In front of the tastefully decorated Christmas trees outside Paris city hall's culture department, the naked and goose-pimpled models demanded a pay increase, proper contracts and, most of all, respect for their craft as they held trade union banners in the pose of Delacroix's Liberty Leading the People.
Art has suddenly become a more taxing business. The 1% income levy introduced by Brian Lenihan, the finance minister, last week will draw hundreds of artists, writers and musicians into the tax net for the first time.
El mircoles pasado, la Cmara de Diputados aprob un proyecto de ley que reconoce el carcter de trabajadores a los artistas de la msica, la danza y la actuacin, abriendo el acceso de esas colectividades a la seguridad social.
Last Wednesday, the Chamber of Deputies approved a law project that acknowledges artists (musicians, dancers and actors) as workers.
A total of 22 arts companies are sharing a slice of 4.5m after being awarded beacon status by the Arts Council of Wales. Karen Price discovers how five of the recipients will spend the money which is earmarked for specific projects.
Leading choreographer Arlene Phillips has criticised pay levels for dancers in the West End and has called for a new wage structure to be implemented that reflects performers’ experience.