For information on arts degree/ post graduate courses in Ireland you might visit the Qualifax website www.qualifax.ie This is the national database of third level and further education courses. Qualifax is the ‘one stop shop’ for information on courses for guidance counsellors and students. In addition you might also taka a look at the career directions website run by FAS www.careerdirections.ie for information on being an artist.
For information on opportunities in Ireland you might like to visit the artslistings website. The artlistings website is an all island information resource developed and maintained by the two arts councils in Ireland. In addition the Arts Council supports a number of organisations to provide information on the arts in Ireland. You can browse through these organisations services and resources, including information on opportunities.
The International Arts Desk in the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon provides international arts information to enquirers in Ireland. For information on international opportunities (e.g. festivals; exhibitions; conference; symposia) take a look at the International Desk/ CCP webpages.
Included in Qualifax www.qualifax.ie (the national database of third level and further education courses) are links to college and other education / training websites in Ireland and abroad. Qualifax is the ‘one stop shop’ for information on courses for guidance counsellors and students. You can also look up evening and short term courses (e.g. portfolio preparation courses).
Vacancies, as they arise, are advertised both publicly and on our website in the About us section.
The Arts Council also publishes a html newsletter that provides monthly updates on grants and awards, news and events, and jobs in the arts community. You can register to receive the newsletter here.
Yes, we are happy to consider applications for internship/work experience. We do not, at present, run a work experience programme.