Inside the Index: Private Funding

January 24th, 2012 | Posted by david kefford in art | data | notice | research

In the second part of Simon Trevethick’s five part investigation into the UK Arts Index he focuses on Private Arts Funding (first was Public).

Interesting to read that the East of England received an increase in contributions from Trusts and Foundations – 88p in 2007/08 to 94p in 2009/10 – an encouraging statistic given the climate of recession, but still alarmingly far behind London in terms of financial backing.

Read the whole article here

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