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Rio de Janeiro's most important opera and classical music venue, the Theatro Municipal, has scaled back its plans for the current season, after the new state government cut its R$27 million (US$9.5 million) budget in half.
David Aukin, former head of film at Channel 4, on how the drive for box-office success proved fatal for FilmFour.
The afterwake of Americas FY 2003 budget has left many state arts groups counting zeroes. Thirteen arts groups have been notified that they will receive no state program funding next year, leading some to ask, 'So why not cut everyone's grant and share the pain?'
The first Night of the Museum on Wednesday attracted more than 50,000 visitors.
A ruling was handed down by an Iranian court earlier this month noting that teaching traditional Iranian dance corrupts the nation's youth. An Iranian-American dancer was banned from leaving Iran for 10 years and from giving dance classes for life.
'More Art Students Create on Digital Canvases' reports on the increase in art students who do their work digitally and the challenge this presents for art schools.