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Welcome to the January edition of our Newsletter
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Writer-in-Residence/Fellowship appointments for 2022
Invitation to tender for facilitation and insight consultation services
Circus, Street Art and Spectacle Funding for 2022 2022 Funding Programme Review and Bursary Award Clinic - Thursday 20th January at 11am - online
Open Call for Expression of Interest
RAISE Winter Newsletter
Theatre Funding Clinics
Grants and Awards
Launch of New Arts Council Residency Programme – International Residency Initiatives Scheme
Deis Recording & Publication Award next closing date - 5:30 p.m, Thursday 17 February 2022
2022 Dance Artist Residency Scheme announcement
Countess Constance de Markievicz Award
The Arts Council announces that it will offer two Clore Fellowships for 2022/23
Open Call 2023 (ART: 2023)
Creative Schools
Creative Schools / Scoileanna Ildánacha 2022
News from the community
Bridging Language Barriers + Tools of Engagement
THE SHAKING BOG PODCAST Episode 6: WINTER 2 – A Festival Podcast
The Arts Council announces that it will offer two Clore Fellowships for 2022/23

The Arts Council is delighted to announce that it will offer two Clore Fellowships for 2022/23: the Jerome Hynes Fellowship and a new Impact Fellowship which is intended to address under-representation and diversity in leadership and will support leaders from diverse backgrounds.

 

The fellowship programme is an initiative of the UK-based Clore Leadership Programme, which annually attracts in the region of twenty-five exceptional individuals who have the potential to play a significant role across a wide range of cultural activity.

 

The Fellowship provides a tailored programme of leadership development that aims to enrich and transform cultural practice and engagement by developing leadership potential, acumen and skills.

 

Previous recipients of the award include: Dylan Haskins, Commissioning Executive, Podcasts – BBC Sounds; Mags Walsh, Director of Creative Schools, The Arts Council; Willie White, Artistic Director and Chief Executive of the Dublin Theatre Festival; Fiona Kearney, Director of the Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork; and Fearghus Ó Conchúir, choreographer and dance artist.

 

More details of the fellowship programme are available atClore Leadership

 

The application process is managed directly by the Clore Leadership Programme. Applications for the Fellowship 2022 (starting September 2022) opened on 13 January 2022. To receive notification of when applications to the Fellowship go live, sign up to the Clore Leadership mailing list.