Feature Article
Welcome to our November Newsletter
News this month
National survey on arts attendance, participation and engagement - Hear the results.
Grants and Awards
The Arts Council announces the introduction of Travel & Training awards for festivals in 2019.
The Arts Council and the National Concert Hall announce inaugural Liam O’Flynn Award
Travel and Training Award 2019
Applications for the Jerome Hynes Fellowship 2019/20 are now open
News from the community
Realise Production Award
Irish Chamber Orchestra's principal conductor shares the spotlight...
Peripheries: Patrick Graham, Eddie Kennedy, Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh
Roaming Writer-in-Residence Programme 2019
Creative Europe Desk
Cooperation Projects 2019 – the call for proposals is now open; deadline for submission of applications is Tuesday 11th December 2018
Creative Europe, UK partners and Brexit
Are you looking for opportunities to meet European partner organisations for potential collaboration?
Creative Europe, UK partners and Brexit

UK organisations will still be eligible to participate in Creative Europe projects regardless of the outcome of Brexit.  However, whether they will be able to participate as full partners or whether their status will have to be that of a third country partner is unclear.  For this reason all those working on Creative Europe proposals with partners from the UK are advised to ensure they have more than the minimum number of partners. This is to ensure that there will still be enough eligible partner organisations.  Another key issue is to keep an eye on the budget costs as in the event of a UK partner reverting to third country status their costs will be limited.  Total third country costs across the whole project must not exceed 30% of the overall budget. There is comprehensive information on the Creative Europe Desk UK website here.  Call us if you have queries.