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A recently released survey paints an upbeat picture of the arts funding scene in America. 'Arts & Economic Prosperity: The Economic Impact of Nonprofit Arts Organisations and Their Audiences' surveyed the period 1992-2000.
Costing US$11 million and occupying five huge sites, 'Documenta 11' is the biggest, most expensive version yet of this mega-survey of contemporary art, to which, improbably, more than half a million people flock every five years.
Ireland is struggling to retain its attraction as a location for film producers, thanks to increasing labour and service costs, growing competition from cheaper foreign locations, and now, a new government arts department that seems oddly unenthusiastic about film.
The future of copyright is being decided behind closed doors, by representatives of a nervous industry given decision-making powers by equally nervous governments, eager to wash their hands of responsibility for arbitrating disputes.
The headlong rush of progress and development has made the world poorer. Of the roughly 6,000 languages (plus their dialects) spoken around the world, 3,000 or more are classified as endangered, seriously endangered, or dying.
The digital divide still yaws as widely as ever, with billions of people still unconnected to a global society which, on its side, is more and more wired,' commented United Nations' Secretary-General Kofi Annan recently.