2015 March

Project Trama in Chile

Details of a network of cultural institutions in Chile, Project TRAMA, and their work on professionalising the cultural workforce & promoting the rights of cultural workers.

 

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Artists’ Low Income is an International Issue

This article in the Guardian summarises some recent research on artists’ pay – much of it covered elsewhere on this site.

 

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Agreement on Rights for Compensation

Details of an agreement between the government of Sweden and two Swedish creative unions (artists and designers/craftspeople) regarding payment for exhibition of work.

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Artists in Finland

English language summaries of reports on the status of artists in Finland, and on the status of immigrant artists in that country, both produced by the Arts Promotion Centre Finland (formerly the Arts Council of Finland).

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Artists’ livelihoods: a concern shared internationally

A link to Susan Jones’ Blog, including a report on Working Artists: aspects of art and labour, a recent conference in South Korea.

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Working Lives in Black British Jazz

Examines the histories, education and career trajectories of black musicians working in British jazz.

 

 

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Waging Culture 2012 survey

Details of a survey on the socio-economic status of visual artists in Canada, and links to information on a 2007 survey on the same subject.

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Precarity Pilot

Online platform with resources on improved working conditions for designers across Europe.

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Korean Artists Welfare Foundation

A story about the Korean Artists’ Welfare Foundation, which provides insurance and support to artists.

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Television Freelancers

A key resource about television freelancers in the UK.

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