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'The New World Border' reports that whilst 'International theater festivals have become a staple of summer, foreign artists wishing to perform in the U.S. have never had a tougher time entering the country'.
According to a report recently released by Cambridge University academics, art and music are being squeezed out of primary schools throughout the UK through the government's testing regime.
'Heritage Buildings to Get Pop Idol Treatment' reports that 'A Pop Idol-Style' TV show for historic buildings is to be launched in the UK, to attract support for the restoration and upkeep of crumbling architectural treasures around the country.
'African-Americans Slowly Fill Orchestra Seats' reports that 'In classical music, black singers and conductors have gradually become more visible over the years. But some concertgoers are asking: Where are the black instrumentalists?'
A recent survey released by 'Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley', notes that its residents crave more culture, but the civic and political support doesn't measure up.
'Textiles: A Hands-On Folk Art' notes that 'One of the grand narratives running through the American Museum of Natural History can be found in its textiles.'