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Global recession hasn’t reached the art world yet

While the recession may be hurting economies across the globe, it seems that art collectors have not heard about the downturn. Just this week at two separate New York art sales collectors purchased works that totaled up to £620 million. In fact, during the week new world records were set for the highest artwork ever to be sold at an auction. In addition, records for

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Wedgwood Pottery Experience Review

This review was submitted by Amanda who took her whole family with her for an arty day out to the Wedgwood Visitor Centre using a gift experience box she bought from Next.

I always encourage my kids to be creative, so when we were stuck for things to do during the summer holidays, I picked up a great days out pack from a gift experience

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Arts funding needs to be doled out carefully

Just throwing money into the arts does not really help society and in fact actually hurts art more than it helps. Take for example Liverpool where the funds that are placed towards the arts have been increased since 2008, but now that it is five years later there have not been that many changes.

A report that was published by the Liverpool Hope University stated

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Art Fund Collect 2013 calls for entries

Art Fund Collect 2013 calls for entries

Art Fund Collect 2013 has been launched by The Art Fund and Craft Council. Both parties are delighted to announce this years scheme, which has a fund of £75,000 to allow museums in the UK to add to their collections an outstanding piece of new contemporary craft.

The Art Fund Collect was first set up in 2008

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