Closing date passed
Artform & practices:
Architecture, Arts participation, Circus, Dance, Festivals and events, Film, Literature (English language), Literature (Irish language), Music, Spectacle, Street arts, Theatre, Traditional arts, Venues, Visual arts, Young people children and the arts
Collaborative application possible?
Applications are invited for proposals seeking funding in support of initiatives that are of high artistic quality and that generally have a strong audience focus. Applications will be accepted in artforms listed above. Tours must begin between July 2014 and December 2014.
The Touring and Dissemination of Work Scheme is open to applications from organisations and individuals. Applications which demonstrate collaboration / partnership between networks, consortia or other collective groupings of presenters are encouraged, particularly where these indicate a high degree of engagement with audiences and collaboration with the producing entity or artists.
Applicants in receipt of other Arts Council funding are eligible to apply, provided it is clear that the touring or dissemination activity for which funding is sought is additional to those activities for which Arts Council funding has already been offered.
The deadline for the scheme is 5.30pm Thursday 14 November 2013. PLEASE NOTE: Applications must be submitted using the Arts Council’s online services website.
The window for making an online application opens on 15 October 2013.
Making an application
Applications for the scheme must be made through the Arts Councils online services website. You must sign up to the online services website to make an application.
IMPORTANT: You can only use the application form, available to download from the online services website, to make your application. This application form must be filled in using either Microsoft Word or the free open-source software OpenOffice. Do not use any other software to complete this form as you will be unable to submit your application and you will have to redo your application using the correct software. Don’t forget to save your application as .doc.
Need help making an online application?
Please visit the following links:
- Online services FAQs: a listing of frequently asked questions about making an online application,
- Youtube: A step-by-step video guide on how to download, complete and upload an application form for funding
- Twitter: a listing of funding-related tweets