Feature Article
Welcome to the May edition of our Newsletter
News this month
Arts Council welcomes international study trip to Ireland on community arts
Customer Charter and Customer Service Action Plan
Upcoming Arts Council Collection exhibitions
Laureate for Irish Fiction Event: Sebastian Barry, A Tribute & Interview with Seán Rocks & Special Guests Mia Gallagher & Claire Kilroy
Grants and Awards
Arts Council announces details of 2018 Visual Arts Bursary Award, Round 2 Strand 1 (Visual Artists) Strand 2 (Curators)
Arts Council announces details and deadline of 2019 Visual Arts Workspace Scheme
Arts Council announces details and deadline of Engaging with Architecture Scheme 2018
Next Generation Artists’ Award
News from the community
Digital Transformations funds a €10,000 'digital society' bursary
Project 52/Tionscnamh 52 pop-up performances, Dingle Peninsula
Call for applications: artsandhealth.ie documentation bursary 2018
Zurich Portrait Prize Submissions, Deadline: 22 June 2018
Irish Writers Centre announces new writer led Irish language project funding
Irish Chamber Orchestra offers baroque and romantic masterworks on it's Death & the Maiden tour
JOB OPPORTUNITY: Music Education Partnership Support Manager
JOB OPPORTUNITIES: Administration, Music Generation Waterford and Wexford
Creative Europe Desk
Seminar on Audience Development for Cultural Organisations
Application forms and guidelines now online for Support to Literary Translation Projects
Creative Europe Culture Information Desk at Visual Artists Ireland Ireland Get Together 2018
Project 52/Tionscnamh 52 pop-up performances, Dingle Peninsula

Project 52/Tionscnamh is a collaborative, multi-disciplinary arts project connecting 52 artists living on the Dingle Peninsula. Over 52 weeks of 2017, each artist had a week to create a new piece of work. This piece was then passed on to the next artist and was used as the inspiration for the next artist’s new piece. Artists involved in the project include writers, painters, dancers, musicians, photographers, filmmakers, milliner, among others. The work is grounded in the landscape and culture of the Dingle Peninsula with pieces in both Irish and English. This project captures the rich and diverse art being created here and is a barometer for the collective community.


Pop-up Performances every day @ 1p.m. Friday 3rd-Monday 7th May

Funded by Ealaín na Gaeltachta & Kerry County Council