Feature Article
Welcome to the March edition of our Newsletter
News this month
Pay the Artist
Creative Production Supports – A Theatre Resource-Sharing Pilot Scheme
RAISE programme - PRIVATE INVESTMENT CAPACITY BUILDING - Phase 2 announcement.
Information Clinics on the Arts Council’s film awards 2020
Grants and Awards
Commissions Award next closing date - 5:30 p.m, Thursday 30 April 2020
Dance Arts Residency Scheme 2020
Theatre Artist Residency Scheme 2020
Deadline: Opera Projects and Production Award
New Touring and Dissemination of Work Scheme Closing Dates announced
Deadline: Arts Grant Funding 2021
Reel Art next closing date – 17:30 Thursday, 14th May 2020
Creative Schools
Creative Associates Opportunity
Creative Schools/Scoileanna Ildánacha – Invite applications from schools across Ireland
News from the community
Westival recruiting a festival director
Panel of music tutors
Music Generation Administrator
Pay the Artist

Through its strategy, Making Great Art Work, the Arts Council is committed to improving artists living and working conditions.

In publishing the policy — Paying the Artist — we build on that commitment by setting out a vision and plan to create positive change over the period 2020–2022.

We seek to create an environment in which artists can make work of excellence and ambition and be remunerated appropriately.

The policy expresses our commitment and position in terms of core values. It provides a set of best-practice principles for all those working in the arts to aspire to. It asserts our expectations of those we fund, of those we work with and of ourselves. It says what we will do by setting out a series of actions we will undertake across the areas of research, developmental activities, funding related requirements and advocacy.

The policy is available on our website here.

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