Aosdána Elects 8 New Members at its 42nd General Assembly
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Aosdána Elects 8 New Members at its 42nd General Assembly 2024-03-26 Aosdána General Assembly 2024. Photo Ger Holland Today the affiliation of creative artists in Ireland, has elected 8 new members at its 42 nd  General Assembly in the Hibernia Centre, Dublin Castle. Now totaling a membersh ..read more
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Participating in Creative Schools can help promote creative thinking in education. Applications now open for Creatives Schools 2024
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“Participating in Creative Schools can help promote creative thinking in education”: Applications now open for Creatives Schools 2024 2024-03-25   Artist Niki Collier and the students of Bunscolie Synge Street admire their felt pyramid as part of Creative Schools. Photo: Brian Cregan   Crea ..read more
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The Arts Council expresses its sadness at the passing of Aosdána member, writer Michael Coady
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The Arts Council expresses its sadness at the passing of Aosdána member, writer Michael Coady 2024-03-25 The Arts Council has expressed its sadness at the passing of writer and Aosdána member, Michael Coady.  Michael Coady, born in Carrick-on-Suir, Co. Tipperary, was an accomplished artist, writer, tea ..read more
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The Arts Council expresses its sadness at the passing of Aosdána member and Saoi, sculptor Imogen Stuart
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The Arts Council expresses its sadness at the passing of Aosdána member and Saoi, sculptor Imogen Stuart 2024-03-25 In a sad day for the arts in Ireland, the Arts Council has expressed its sadness at the passing of sculptor, Aosdána member and Saoi, Imogen Stuart.  Born in Berlin in 1927, Imogen Stuart ..read more
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Arts and Disability Connect Scheme is now open
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Arts and Disability Connect Scheme is now open 2024-03-21 The Arts and Disability Connect Scheme is an Arts Council scheme run by Arts & Disability Ireland (ADI), to support artists with disabilities to be ambitious, to develop their practice and to connect with arts organisations and arts professionals in ..read more
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Arts Council enhances their Collection with 29 New Acquisitions by 24 Artists
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Arts Council enhances their Collection with 29 New Acquisitions by 24 Artists 2024-03-20 The Arts Council proudly announces the acquisition of 29 new artworks by 24 artists, enriching the Arts Council Collection and reaffirming its commitment to developing excellence in the arts. These acquisitions underscore ..read more
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Writers across Ireland are invited to apply for the 2024 John Broderick Residency
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Writers across Ireland are invited to apply for the 2024 John Broderick Residency 2024-03-19   Portrait of John Broderick by Harry Kernoff   Writers across Ireland are invited to apply for the 2024 John Broderick Residency.   2024 marks the centenary of Athlone writer John Broderick’s birth. T ..read more
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AIC Artist Mentoring Award is now open
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AIC Artist Mentoring Award is now open 2024-03-14 The Artist Mentoring Award, part of the  Artist in the Community Scheme  (AIC) aims to offer capacity building and arts practice development for collaborative socially engaged artists.   Five artists will be selected.  The deadline to submit an expressio ..read more
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Bealtaine Festival 2024 – Registration now open
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Bealtaine Festival 2024 – Registration now open 2024-03-13 Bealtaine Festival, Ireland’s National celebration of arts and creativity as we age, invites arts organisations of all kinds to register their events and join the vibrant festivities set to unfold across Ireland throughout the month of May.   ..read more
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New Arts Council Report ‘Open Up’ uncovers why Black and Black Irish artists have high rates of ineligible funding applications relative to all other ethnic groups
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New Arts Council Report ‘Open Up’ uncovers why Black and Black Irish artists have high rates of ineligible funding applications relative to all other ethnic groups 2024-03-11 The Arts Council is working to ensure Black and Black Irish artists are better supported in their pathways as artists    The Arts ..read more
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