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Gesamtkunstwerk, Julianstown Youth Orchestra, Solstice Arts Centre, 2018
Photo: Pat Redmond
The Worlding, Jennifer Walshe, The Model, 2018
Photo: James Connolly
Tremble Tremble, Jesse Jones, Project Arts Centre, 2018
Photo: Ros Kavanagh
Swan Lake / Loch na hEala, Pavilion Theatre, 2018
Photo: Marie Laure-Briane
Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour, Galway International Arts Festival, 2016
Photo: Andrew Downes
Recent decades have seen the development of a nationwide network of venues.
The Arts Council offers a wide range of financial supports across artforms and arts practices, including venues.
A number of schemes and initiatives have been established for the particular support of venues.
A collection of case studies, guidelines, reports and other documents from and for those working in the venues sector.
How many people are within driving distance of your venue? Who are they and are you reaching them?
The Arts Council has adopted a new policy for touring, to be delivered over the six year period 2010-2015.
Links to venues and networks funded by the Arts Council.
Strategic review of venues and arts centres
Making Great Art Work - Arts Council Strategy (2016–2025)(PDF, 3.29MB, 48 pages)
Auditoria report(PDF, 0.13MB, 37 pages)
Contact the members of our Venues department
(01) 618 0285
(01) 618 0260
(01) 618 0284
(01) 618 0200
Cross artform practices
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The Arts Council is the national agency for funding, developing and promoting the arts in Ireland.