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On 4 July, 2012 the Institut du monde arabe (Institute of the Arab World) or IMA in Paris held a conference on cultural patronage, organized by ADMICAL, the meeting point of business patronage. A round table was proposed concerning the new forms of this patronage.
Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt has launched plans for an independent funding platform that will allow people to give money to arts organisations using their mobile phones.
Creative New Zealand will invest $1.05 million over the next three years to enhance the arts and culture sectors ability to source private sector funding.
Income from fundraising by arts organisations in Ireland is less than three percent of total income. This is a much lower ratio than in other countries such as Britain or Australia, where arts organisations secure up to a third of their revenue from fundraising. The Arts Council is calling for expressions of interest for a high-level pilot designed to help organisations raise more money from philanthropic sources.
The Guardian rounded up comments and insights from live chat on corporate sponsorship in the arts and heritage sectors.
Leonard Cohen donated his $50,000 Glenn Gould Prize to the Canada Council for the Arts at a star-studded concert in his honour at Torontos Massey Hall.