Funding opportunities in the area of Young People, Children and Education (YPCE)
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The Arts Council is delighted to share details of funding opportunities in the area of Young People, Children and Education (YPCE). These include Commissions, the Young Ensembles Scheme, a new Arts in Early Learning and Care/School-Age Childcare Pilot and YPCE Residencies.   As always please get in touch with the YPCE team as early as possible if you have any questions. We can be reached at ypce@artscouncil.ie   ..read more
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Deadlines for the Arts Council’s Artist in Community (AIC) Schemes 2023 Round 1 & Round 2 announced
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Deadlines for the Arts Council’s Artist in Community (AIC) Schemes 2023 Round 1 & Round 2 announced. 2023-02-07 AIC Application Round 1  (Guidelines published early February 2023) Application deadline - 27 March 2023 at 5pm AIC Application Round 2  (Guidelines published early August 2023) Ap ..read more
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Update on Architecture Awards
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Update on Architecture Awards 2023-01-18 The Architecture team wishes to advise that from 2023  the Engaging with Architecture Scheme has been incorporated into the Architecture Project Award. Applicants wishing to create Public Engagement projects in architecture can apply to the dedicated Engagement stra ..read more
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Night-Time Economy Forum
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The Arts Council brings together artists and arts organisations for the first Night-Time Economy Forum. Arts and culture community to develop vibrant and creative role in Ireland’s night-time economy ..read more
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Arts Council announces over €9 Million in Funding for Arts Centres and Ealain na Gaeltachta for 2023
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The Arts Council, the Irish government agency for developing the arts, is pleased to announce its Arts Centres decisions for 2023. Funding totaling €9,486,140 will be distributed to 42 organisations across all parts of the country ..read more
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Save the Date! Literature Bursary Award information session!
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Save the Date! Literature Bursary Award information session! 2023-01-09 The Literature Team will be hosting an information session about the 2023 Literature Bursary Award on Thursday, 19 January from 12 noon to 1 pm on Zoom. The Head of Literature will take applicants through the guidelines of the award – in ..read more
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Arts Council announces over €50 Million in Strategic Funding for 2023
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The Arts Council, the Irish government agency for developing the arts, is pleased to announce its Strategic Funding decisions for 2023. Funding totaling €50,475,572 will be distributed to 107 organisations across all parts of the country. From theatre to Irish traditional arts, from jazz to classical music to local fiddle festivals, from visual arts to literature, the talent and creativity embodied in these organisations is world class, full of ambitious confidence and something to imbue pride in every citizen ..read more
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Night-Time Economy Forum Announced
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The Arts Council has announced a Night-Time Economy Forum, taking place from 2pm on Tuesday 17th January in the National Gallery of Ireland ..read more
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Invitation to tender to represent Ireland at Venice 2024
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Culture Ireland, in partnership with the Arts Council, invites Expressions of Interest to commission the Irish representation at the 60th International Art Exhibition at La Biennale di Venezia 2024 ..read more
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The Arts Council announces successful recipients of Film awards in 2022
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The Arts Council announces successful recipients of Film awards in 2022 2022-12-16 The Arts Council is pleased to announce the successful recipients of Film awards in 2022. Susan Thomson and Motherland are the successful recipients of its two 2022 Reel Art Awards. Reel Art is the Arts Council's ..read more
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