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Arts Council Ireland
The Arts Council is the Irish government agency for developing and funding the arts. is the Director.
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The Irish Pavilion from the 16th International Architecture Exhibition – di Venezia 2018 – is coming to four towns across Ireland this summer. First up: Castleblayney in Co. Monaghan this July.
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Please note that the closing date for applications for this role has been moved back to 12pm Monday 8 July 2019.
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The Arts Council offers funding awards under the Visual Arts for artists, organisations, groups, and curators. Independent curator Linda Shevlin talks about how the Curator in Residence Scheme award has supported her curatorial practice.  
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 23
The inaugural Listowel Visual Arts Week continues today and tomorrow in the Kingdom of Kerry with exhibitions, workshops, tours and more. The festival marks the 20th anniversary of the Gallery by celebrating the area's rich visual arts scene.
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 23
Since 1980 has provided a thrilling soundtrack to the rhythm of Dublin City in celebration of the 'King of Instruments': the organ. closes today with a performance by Naji Subhy Paul Irénée Hakim in St Michael's Church.
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 22
A week ago today, the sun was shining on Ireland as Cruinniú na nÓg, Ireland's free day of creativity for children and young people, got underway nationwide with more than 750 events! Can't wait to see what's in store for 2020 .
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 21
Today marks the summer solstice, and way down south, 'Rebel City' dwellers know how to make the most of the stretch in the evenings. The  Festival continues until Sunday, with a diverse arts programme using the city as its backdrop.
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 21
Am wind on sea Am wave swelling... The  Solstice Gathering is on now through Sunday 23 June in the scenic village of Waterville, Co Kerry, the spot where legend has it Amergin first came ashore to claim the land for his Goidelic (Gaelic) people.
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 20
We take a look back to for a flavour of thoughts and perspectives on building inclusion in the arts from some of the many contributors to the conference. Thanks to all who participated, is already in the planning!
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 20
The Arts Council is seeking a Producer/Project Manager for events in November 2019 as part of the Creative Schools National Celebration. Applications close 1pm Wednesday 3 July 2019 and all details, including how to apply, can be found here:
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 17
The Arts Council offers funding awards under the Visual Arts for artists, organisations, groups, and curators. Visual artist Áine McBride talks about how the Next Generation Artist Bursary award has supported her art practice.
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 15
Irish writers of established renown can now apply for the Creative Writing Fellowship at .  This role, part funded by the Arts Council, gives the chosen writer the chance to develop their work in a university environment. Apply by 31 July.
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 14
KLANG is the innovative new record from Louth Contemporary Music Society, hosts of the annual festival of new music, taking place next week 21-22 June in Dundalk. This year, welcomes renowned composer Kaija Saariaho, plus composers & musicians from around the world.
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 10
The Arts Council offers funding awards under the Visual Arts for artists, organisations, groups, and curators. Visual artist Andreas Kindler Von Knobloch talks about how the Travel and Training award has supported his art practice.
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 8
There's nothing quite like a summer festival to highlight the best of a region and bring people together.  kicked off festival season this week and continues this weekend with a fantastic programme of arts, music, spectacle, and more.
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 7
The Borris Festival of  kicked off today in the beautiful heritage surrounds of Borris House, Co Carlow. This summer, the Arts Council is celebrating the distinct sense of place and belonging that makes Irish regional festivals one-of-a-kind.
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 6
SPRIOCDHÁTA Is é 5.30pm Déardaoin an 13 Meitheamh, an spriocdháta i gcomhair iarratas ar Dhámhachtain Sparánachta Litríochta don Ghaeilge 2019. Tugann an dámhachtain seo am agus acmhainní do scríbhneoirí Gaeilge le smaoineamh, taighde, machnamh agus scríbhneoireacht a dhéanamh.
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Arts Council Ireland Jun 6
CLOSING SOON Applications for the Irish Language Literature Bursary Award 2019 close at 5.30pm next Thursday 13 June. This award seeks to provide Irish language writers with the time and resources to think, research, reflect and write. Apply at:
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Arts Council Ireland May 31
There's less than one week left to apply for the Visual Artists Workspace Scheme. This fund provides up to €40,000 in grants to support the running of artists' workspaces across Ireland. Have your application in by 5.30pm on Thursday 6 June at:
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Arts Council Ireland May 27
The  and the Arts Council are looking for 18 to 23 year-olds to join the Young Abbey Assessors Panel, who will be asked to offer a perspective on the Abbey's work for younger audiences. You find out more and apply to take part here:
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