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Las nuevas escuelas darán a los niños y a los jóvenes mejores opciones y calidad de vida, porque dijo, la infraestructura, más que una obra material, es una herramienta para recuperar el tejido social que tanto necesitamos en México
Arts Council support is critical to the existence, development and vitality of the independent visual arts sector in Ireland, as it is an artform that does not have significant ways of generating income from alternative sources.
Why do Brazilian women artists set higher auction records than their male counterparts?
The social prescribing movement involves the treatment of a wide range of ailments with therapeutic art- or hobby-based activities
Blockbuster exhibitions are often a break-even prospect for museums, with any boost to revenue from ticket sales, memberships, retail purchases and other visitor spending offset by the costs of production, installation and operations. But what impact do the thousands of cultural consumers who turn up for those exhibitions have on local economies?
The first tribunal devoted exclusively to art disputes, the Court of Arbitration for Art (CAfA), will open for business 1 April in the Hague. Bert Demarsin, CAfA’s chair, says that its decisions will both be more accurate and accepted by an art market sceptical of judges’ rulings that merely decide which party has the preponderance of evidence.