(Swedish artist Claes Oldenburg)
Which 4 countries invest most in arts and culture as a proportion of GDP?
Sweden: According to a study by the Swedish Arts Council, Sweden is one of the countries in Europe with the highest investment in culture, with public spending on culture and the arts being around 1% of GDP.
France: France is renowned for its rich cultural heritage and has a long history of supporting the arts. The French government spends around 0.6% of GDP on cultural activities.
Germany: Germany is another country with a strong commitment to cultural and artistic activities. It spends around 0.55% of GDP on the arts and culture.
Netherlands: The Netherlands is known for its vibrant cultural scene and invests heavily in the arts, with the government spending around 0.5% of GDP on cultural activities.
Mark Walmsley FRSA AGSM
Chief Culture Vulture
Arts & Culture Network
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