The leap of 5.5% marks the greatest increase in government financial support for the arts since 2010.
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“Since 2010, the culture sector’s economic contribution has grown by 33%, from £20.3 billion to £27 billion in 2015. The sector is now worth 1.6% of the UK’s entire economy … The government estimates the cultural sector’s worth to t...
The Canadian government has pledged to invest nearly CAD 1.9 billion (~USD 1.4 billion) in the nation's arts and culture over the next five years to promote Canadian creativity both at home and abroad.
President Obama's 2013 budget proposal calls for a 5.5% increase for arts and culture. Total outlays for grantmaking agencies and Washington cultural institutions would reach nearly $1.6 billion.