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Blair Announces African Art Event at British Museum

British Museum -Benin Ivory The British Museum is to get an extra £500,000 of Government money for a celebration of African art and culture, Tony Blair announced tonight.

The Prime Minister was at a reception at the British Museum to celebrate its 250th anniversary this year.

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By Pat Hurst, PA News http://www.pressassociation.co.uk/ 
Monday, 15 december 2003
found at http://www.news.scotsman.com/latest.cfm?id=2303122

The  British Museum  
6 Burlington Gardens
London W1X 2EXT

Blair  said the Africa 2005 project, a series of events to be put on at the Museum, will coincide with Britain’s presidency of the G8 group of nations, focusing on the plight of Africa.

The extra money, from the Department of Culture and spread over five years, will pay for projects, exhibitions and an exchange of scholars.

Cash will be matched at local level in Africa by the British Council.

Mr Blair said the British Museum was a “fantastic, national resource” with five million annual visitors.

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