Feature Article
Welcome to our December Newsletter
News this month
Developing an Equality, Human Rights and Diversity Policy
'Creative Associates' meet their schools and get to work
Literature Bursary Award Information Clinics
The Arts Council is delighted to welcome Katy Fitzpatrick as Adviser - Young People, Children and Education
2019 Visual Artists Workspace scheme recipients announced.
Tender for the Provision of Arts Participation Adviser Services to the Arts Council
Grants and Awards
Bursary Awards next closing date - 5:30 p.m., Thursday, 31 Jan 2019
New Touring and Dissemination of Work Scheme Closing Dates announced
The Liam O’Flynn Award - Closing date - 5:30 p.m, Thursday 17 January 2019
Young Ensembles Scheme 2019
The Arts Council announces 2019 Bursary Award for Artists and Curators.
News from the community
Music Generation Development Officer (Roscommon)
Creative Europe Desk
Don’t forget Cooperation Projects 2019 deadline is Tuesday 11th December 11am Irish time!
New Business Models in Practice: Building Resilience and Sustainability for the Cultural and Creative Sectors
Open Call: Back to Basics residency programme
The Liam O’Flynn Award - Closing date - 5:30 p.m, Thursday 17 January 2019

The deadline for The Liam O’Flynn Award is Thursday 17 January, 2019 at 5.30pm. The window for making an application opens on Tuesday 11 December 2018.

The Liam O’Flynn Award is a joint initiative of the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon and the National Concert Hall/An Ceoláras Náisiúnta as part of its partnership for the promotion, appreciation and enjoyment of traditional arts, which includes the Tradition Now festival of traditional music.

 

The purpose of the Liam O’Flynn Award is to provide a traditional artist with a period of artistic reflection, inspiration and creation in residence in the National Concert Hall and to enhance appreciation, knowledge and enjoyment of the traditional arts across the rich milieu of the National Concert Hall.

 

The Liam O’Flynn Award will allow artists the chance to work with a wide range of artistic collaborators in a supportive and professional environment where they will be positioned alongside high-performing artists from other genres and where there is high expectation of creative outputs.

 

  • An award of 15,000 Euro will be offered to one artist to create new work at the NCH
  • The work(s) will be performed as part of Tradition Now 2019
  • The award will support new ways of conceiving music
  • The successful artist will be located at the NCH and the award will support collaborations with the other resident musicians at NCH (e.g. Crash Ensemble, RTÉ NSO, Chamber Choir Ireland)

Award Guidelines for these awards will be published on the available funding section on our website.

Please note

Applications will only be accepted through the Arts Council’s online services website. Applicants must be registered with the online services site prior to making an application. It is recommended that applicants allow five working days for registration prior to making an application.