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The Arts Council has primary responsibility for developing the artform of architecture in Ireland.
The Arts Council offers a wide range of financial supports across artforms and arts practices, including architecture.
Championing Architecture, the Arts Council's new architecture policy envisions a future where this artform can be experienced, valued and enjoyed by all.
A number of schemes and initiatives have been established for the particular support of architecture.
Links to architecture organisations funded by the Arts Council.
What does the Arts Council support in architecture?
I am not an artist, I am an architect – does the Arts Council support me?
What does the Arts Council mean when it talks about design / creative practice in relation to architecture?
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Championing Architecture - Arts Council's Architecture Policy (PDF, 24 pages)
Making Great Art Work - Arts Council Strategy (2016–2025)(PDF, 3.29MB, 48 pages)
Public Engagement with Architecture in the Republic of Ireland(PDF, 0.70MB, 124 pages)
Open Call for Expressions of Interest for the 17th International Architecture Exhibition Venice
Close Encounter: Meetings with Remarkable Buildings returns home from the Venice Biennale to tour Ireland
Arts Council announces new training initiative on ways to engage the public with architecture: Extending Architecture
Contact the members of our Architecture department
087 406 6681
087 405 1543
087 218 8326
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The Arts Council is the national agency for funding, developing and promoting the arts in Ireland.