|Maximum awarded||Unlimited |
|Collaborative application possible?||Yes|
|Position||International Arts Officer|
The primary purpose of the award is to enable Irish organisations who have secured
funding for artistic activities under the Co-operation Projects strand of the Creative
Europe Culture Sub-Programme 2014-2020 to apply for co-funding.
Funding will be considered to support those elements of Irish arts activities that
align with the objectives and priorities of this award.
This award is only open to Irish arts organisations that have received an offer of
funding, either as Lead Co-ordinator or Partner, under the Co-operation Projects strand
of the Creative Europe Culture Sub-Programme in 2020.
The objectives and priorities of this award align with the Arts Council’s strategy, Making Great Art Work 2016-2025 and are:
Projects that recognise the value of international practice and relationships
for both the applicant organisation and for individual artists
Projects that demonstrate the promotion and development of good practice
in the area of audience development along with deepening and growing public engagement;
Projects that contribute to ensuring the arts sector is skilled, resourceful and
committed to its own renewal.
Applications from non-arts organisations
will be eligible only where an Irish arts organisation has been identified as a participant
in the project and where Arts Council support will be used for the benefit of the arts
partner’s Irish activities. Applications for a Co-funding Award for Co-operation Projects
must be made in the same calendar year in which an offer of funding is received from the