Among the topics covered are: the history and nature of arm's length funding and peer assessments, whether and how principles are manifested in policy, and the relationship between how we value arts funding and how artists participate in/engage with it. This anthology is a valuable resource for working artists, arts administrators and policy makers, and as a research tool for educators and students of cultural studies. Policy Matters demonstrates the significant political investments that artists, individually and through artist-run centres, collectives, umbrella associations and other formations have made and continue to make to arts policy.Even if Torontoa#39;s University Avenue [in 2006] will be aquot;anchored by marquee cultural institutions such as an Opera House and the Royal ... the CHIN International Picnic at Exhibition Place, Caribana, and the annual week-long, multi-pavilion Metro International Caravan festivals. ... $2 million a year as an interim measure until the AGO could acquire further private or self-generated FUSE DOES NEWS 251.
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