Patients, staff, and visitors at St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin will be able to view 31 pieces of visual art from the Arts Council Collection. The works were selected by members of staff, and will be installed throughout the hospital in public areas including corridors, foyers and patient areas.
Writer in Residence, NUI Galway
Friday, 9 August 2019
NUI Galway invites applications from writers of established reputation for the position of Writer-in-Residence for the 2020 calendar year (January to December). The Residency will b
Writer's Fellowship at Trinity College Dublin
Creative Writing Fellow
Trinity's School of English
Monday, 12 August 2019
€15,000. In addition, the Fellow is provided with accommodation in Trinity College, use of an of
The Arts Council and Galway 2020 have promised to work closely together, ensuring new opportunities for artists to make great work for more people, and to help build a lasting legacy for the year-long cultural programme.
Step Up Dance Project, now in its ninth year,
once again plays host to some of Ireland’s most promising contemporary dance
graduates. The Programme is a partnership between the Arts Council, Dance
Ireland, Dance Limerick and the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance at
University of Limerick, which aims to bridge the gap between dance education
and professional contemporary dance practice in Ireland.
Tradition Now, the festival presented by the National Concert Hall (NCH) and the Arts Council, running from the 1st to 6th October, has today announced the full line-up for the week-long celebration of traditional music. The festival celebrates the most innovative traditional music of today, taking a unique look at traditional music in a modern-day Ireland and also honours past greats.
Creative Writing Fellow at UCD
Post Title: Creative Writing Fellow School/College: School of English, Drama, and Film, College of Arts and Humanities, University College Dublin Closing Date: Wednesday, 31 July 2019 Applications are invited from Irish writers of established reputation for the
The Arts Council today issued its congratulations to Ann Cleare, who will tonight receive one of Europe’s most prestigious music composition prizes.
Ms Cleare, from Co Ofally, is the first Irish artist ever to win an Ernst Von Siemens award for international composers of exceptional promise. The award ceremony, with a special concert, takes place in Munich this evening.
Four new exhibitions showcasing visual of art from the Arts Council Collection are taking place this month, giving people across the country the opportunity to see work by some of the country’s best artists.
The exhibitions are free and open to the public in Boyle, Co Roscommon; Dublin; Galway; and Cootehill , Co Cavan. Each has been carefully curated using pieces from the Arts Council’s collection of almost 1,100 works of modern and contemporary Irish art.