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An exhibition celebrating the return of Ireland’s representation at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 opened in Dublin’s CHQ Building in the Docklands.
79 festivals and events benefit from Arts Council support
Festival goers, tourists and businesses around Ireland will benefit this year from further support by the Arts Council to bring the best in entertainment and the arts to festivals across the country.
The Arts Council wishes to procure the services of a Music Adviser to meet the needs of the organisation both from a quality and service delivery perspective. The successful tenderer will be an experienced music practitioner with the expertise and experience required to work with the Arts Council's staff by assisting in the appraisal and assessment of funding applications and providing critical advice on artistic work.
The Arts Council is delighted to announce that Ruairi Quinn TD Minister for Education and Skills launched the National Architects in Schools initiative today. The Scheme will be run by the Irish Architecture Foundation
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Strong artistic connections between Ireland and the rest of Europe have existed for more than 2,000 years, and the exchange remains valuable today, the Aosdána General Assembly heard in Dublin's Royal Hospital Kilmainham today
Culturefox, the Arts Council's free listings guide to Irish cultural events, has received a little TLC in recent weeks - we have upgraded the app to make it even more useful.
We are pleased to announce the forthcoming deadline for three funding schemes in Theatre and one scheme in Dance. The deadline for all four schemes is 5:30pm, Thursday, 02 May 2013
The Arts Council extends its warmest congratulations to Kevin Barry on the news that his novel City of Bohane has been shortlisted for the 2013 IMPAC Dublin Literary Award.
Large attendance for Into the Light is positive for Irish visual arts.
Into the Light, a major series of exhibitions celebrating the inspiring work of Irish artists and over 60 years of support for the sector by the Arts Council, has officially come to an end after more than 80,000 people viewed the works in galleries nationwide.
The Arts Council and Culture Ireland are now calling for expressions of interest to act as the Commissioner for Ireland’s national representation at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2014
Desert Rose, (oil on board) - Colin Middleton, 1975, Arts Council Virtual Gallery.