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'Welcoming the Stranger' choreographed and directed by Catherine Young, performed in Siamsa Tíre, Tralee, photograph by Dominick Walsh
Danny O'Mahony appointed Traditional Artist in Residence at University College Cork 2019–2020
Sarah Crossan, Laureate na nÓg. (Photo: Arts Council)
YOUR SAY/YOUR WAY, Creative Ireland and Draíocht, Young people's arts and creativity consultation day, Draíocht, Blanchardstown.
Developed by the Arts Council and supported by University College Dublin and New York University.
Arts Council Collection
Pan Pan – All That Fall by Samuel Beckett. (Photo Ros Kavanagh.)
Deadline: 16 January 2020
Deadline: 30 January 2020
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From 2020, the Arts Council will run Culture Night
Providing support to selected organisations to plan and implement a fundraising programme.
Find out how many people are within driving distance of your venue
using our audience mapping tool.
exciting project recognising the role and importance of literature for
Supporting professional artists from across Ireland at an early stage of their career.
ART: 2016 - the Arts Council's programme as part of Ireland 2016
The current Ireland Professor of Poetry is Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin.
A collection of case studies, guidelines, reports and other
documents from and for the venues sector.
of exhibitions celebrating 60 years of support for artists and the visual arts
by the Arts Council.
of stories about the arts using documents from the Arts Council archive.
A review of planning, programming and provision of performance arts venues in Ireland.
Supporting audience-focused thinking in the
A national programme of over 90 contemporary arts events and
Cross artform practices
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