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 Post subject: Re: Economic Situation for the Arts in 2004
PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2004 7:20 am 
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Starving artists a reality, survey shows

By MIKE HOULAHAN
The NZ Herald
February 16, 2004

The age-old cliche of the starving artist has some truth to it, a new survey shows.

Government arts funding agency Creative New Zealand today released the Portrait Of The Artist survey, which contained some troubling information about how little the country's artists, authors and actors earn.
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 Post subject: Re: Economic Situation for the Arts in 2004
PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2004 8:34 am 
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Pew program awards $595,800 for local dance

By MERILYN JACKSON
The Philadelphia Inquirer
February 18, 2004

Dance Advance, the Pew Charitable Trusts program that supports local dance, will distribute $595,800 in funds among 27 artists, troupes and organizations in the 2004-05 season.

The grants, announced annually under the ongoing program...
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Five more Dance Advance grantees

The Philadelphia Inquirer
February 21, 2004

Four additional presenters and one organizational project have won Dance Advance grants for the 2004-05 season.
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 Post subject: Re: Economic Situation for the Arts in 2004
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Rowland Ailing, Arts Catch Cold

By FRANK RIZZO
The Hartford Courant
February 22, 2004

What happens to the arts when one of its biggest boosters becomes a potential liability?

I'm speaking, of course, about Gov. John G. Rowland, whose support of the arts and cultural institutions in the state is well known.
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Momentum sought in campaign for arts, development tax

By CAROLYN JACK
The Cleveland Plain Dealer
February 23, 2004

With the campaign for Issue 31 about to enter its fourth and final week, backers are racing to raise sufficient money, get the word out and keep up their own momentum.

The issue, which will appear on Cuyahoga County's ballot March 2, proposes an 0.7-mill property-tax increase to raise more than $20 million per year over five years for economic development, including the arts.
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Issue 31 backers down, not out as development, arts tax defeated

By CAROLYN JACK
The Cleveland Plain Dealer
March 3, 2004

Issue 31, the Cuyahoga County economic development and arts tax, was defeated Tuesday night. But backers at a campaign party at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum remained upbeat about what they called the newfound political power of the Northeast Ohio cultural community. They vowed to continue the work to win public support for the arts.
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Arts advocates find good news in defeat

By CAROLYN JACK
The Cleveland Plain Dealer
March 4, 2004

Issue 31 may have been defeated at the polls Tuesday. But the relatively close vote - 54 percent to 46 percent - has left arts and political leaders believing they should try new avenues for creating public funding for the arts.
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Private donations to arts reach £376m

By JOHN EZARD
The Guardian
April 19, 2004

Donations to the arts by companies and individuals rose last year to £376m - equivalent to more than a third of the total of £957m of taxpayers' money spent on subsidies.

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Dance, drama and theatre, music, and photography achieved the greatest increases in business investment, while opera, museums and galleries and visual arts reported an overall drop.
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A report in the Salt Lake Tribune regarding Utah arts funding, by Celia Baker, Heather May and Thomas Burr:

http://www.sltrib.com/2004/apr/04182004/sunday/158137.asp


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Florida lawmakers make big cuts to arts funding

By SEAN PICCOLI
The South Florida Sun-Sentinel
May 2, 2004

Florida lawmakers, with urging from Gov. Jeb Bush, drained more than three-fourths of the grant pool shared among more than 600 museums, theater companies, art schools and similar groups.
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Arts groups share nearly $800,000 in NEA grants

By JUDY MAGID
The Salt Lake Tribune
May 19, 2004

Seven Utah arts groups will receive almost $800,000 from the $58 million the National Endowment for the Arts is dispensing in a second major round of grant-making for fiscal 2004.
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Arts grants will help fund cultural activities

By JAMES AUER
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
June 9, 2004

Twenty-eight non-profit arts organizations have been awarded grants totaling $194,000 by the Milwaukee Arts Board.
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Street's new slogan: Who needs art, anyway?

By PETER DOBRIN
The Philadelphia Inquirer
June 20, 2004

The state and city have poured hundreds of millions of dollars into a new streetscape for South Broad, erecting an arts center, buying property for redevelopment, marrying arts with tourism - and the Street administration can't come up with a mere $400,000 to support an office of arts and culture in a city budget of $3.4 billion.
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Fund artists, not edifices

By NEIL PIGOT
The Age
June 25, 2004

After years of talk about reinvigorating the arts in Victoria, the minister detailed a budget in May which, to me, seems driven by an obsessional interest in edifice: a budget weighted towards bureaucracy and museum-style institutions compared to artists.
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8 organizations recommended for county arts money

by CAROLYN JACK
The Cleveland Plain Dealer
September 2004

The Cleveland Museum of Art, the Jewish Community Center of Cleveland and the Tom and Susana Evert Dance Theatre are among eight Cuyahoga County arts and cultural organizations whose projects will be recommended for the county government's first round of arts-and-economic-impact grants.
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