By The Washington Post | PUBLISHED: March 18, 2019 at 2:22 pm | UPDATED: March 18, 2019 at 2:22 pm By Peggy McGlone | Washington Post WASHINGTON – The Trump administration has again proposed the elimination of federal funding for the arts and humanities, public television and radio, libraries and museums. For the third time in as many years, the White House has proposed a federal budget that would shutter the National Endowment of the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting – which supports PBS and NPR – and the Institute for Museum and Library Services. Like last year, the plan would provide small appropriations for each agency to facilitate their orderly demise. The cuts total $897 million of the $4.7 trillion 2020 spending plan. “Most of the eliminations and reductions in this volume reflect a continuation of policies proposed in the 2018 and 2019 President’s Budgets that have not yet been enacted by … [Read more...] about Trump budget again aims to eliminate art, PBS funding
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All £2.3m needed to construct the Top of the Hill Community Centre is now in place, a local Councillor has said. Construction work is expected to start early in the New Year.Sinn Féin Waterside Councillor Christopher Jackson has welcomed the announcement from Department of Communities that they will invest £1million of funding towards the new Top of the Hill community centre.Councillor Jackson said: “It’s good news that Neighbourhood Renewal Investment funding of £1million will go towards the capital costs of a new Top of the Hill community centre.“Along with DCSDC commitment of £1.3 million, all funding has now been secured for this much needed project. “The purpose built two story centre will be located on Trench Road in the grounds of the old Immaculate Conception College site right in the heart of the community. It will provide state of the art facilities for everyone young and old living in the greater Top of the Hill … [Read more...] about ‘All funding has now been secured’
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PUBLISHED: 10:19 21 August 2018 | UPDATED: 10:39 21 August 2018 Sam Gelder The former Savoy and ABC cinema in Stoke Newington Road, which closed in 1984. Picture: Polly Hancock Archant The revamped Savoy Cinema in Stoke Newington will reopen next month as Earth – and a host of new shows have also been announced. The circle of the former Savoy/ABC Cinema. Picture: Polly HancockA £3million project to renovate the derelict old picturehouse began last year when it was bought by the team behind Shoreditch arts hub The Village Underground, as revealed by the Gazette.Director Auro Foxcroft and his team used Hackney Arts Centre as a work-in-progress name, but has now changed it to Evolutionary Arts Hackney, or Earth for short.The venue will have three spaces – two venues and a restaurant/bar – and will host top international music acts, performance art, talks and debates, comedy and film.Auro, who showed the Gazette around the venue earlier … [Read more...] about Earth: Stoke Newingtoin’s Hackney Arts Centre announces new name and shows
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