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Ireland’s Council of National Cultural Institutions has called for investment in cultural institutions to be made a key element of the 2007-2013 National Development Plan.
Project Dance aims to establish an up-to-date promotional concept in collaboration with dance associations and regional Swiss governments.
Former Westminster Culture Secretary Chris Smith has warned the Assembly Government that if it directly funds Wales' 'big six' arts organisations it must not interfere with their creativity.
The Australia Council for the Arts and the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) plan to co-host a mini-summit in 2008 on issues relating to the support of major performing arts organisations. As a first step, we have released D'Art 27 to identify critical policy issues and locate key personnel from national arts councils and ministries of culture to inform and focus debate at the mini-summit. The query, which also provides context about the topic, is available in three languages: Support for Major Performing Arts Organisations (English), Soutien apporté aux grandes organisations d’arts du spectacle (French), and Apoyo para las Principales Organizaciones de las Artes Escénicas (Spanish).
The Arts Council of Wales (ACW), together with the Performing Rights Society Foundation (PRSF), are to launch a new scheme promoting musical composition for dance. The launch will take place at the Welsh Assembly Government Pavilion at the Llangollen International Music Eisteddfod.
A £2 million boost in funding for Scotland's national performing arts companies will be announced today by the culture minister, Patricia Ferguson.