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Welcome to the August edition of our Newsletter.
News this month
Update 2016: Latest news about the Arts Council’s programme as part of Ireland 2016
The Arts Council and Culture Ireland call for Expressions of Interest for the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
NCCA Consultation – Junior Cycle Art, Craft, Design
Grants and Awards
Regularly Funded Organisations, Annual Funding and Annual Programming grant deadlines.
The closing date for the Publications/Title by Title Scheme 2016 is 5:30pm on Thursday, 10 September 2015.
The Arts Council announces deadline for Reel Art 2015
Arts Council announces Round 1 of Festivals and Events Scheme 2016
Arts Audiences News
Venue Managers –Save the date Tuesday, 8 September 2015 – Cultural Cinema benchmarking
News from the community
Visual Arts Curator Residency Scheme Deadline 5:30pm, Thursday 10th September 2015
Visual Artists' Workspace Scheme 2016
Writer in Residence/Fellow positions in UCD and University of Limerick
Creative Europe Desk
International News from the Creative Europe Desk – Culture Office
Visual Arts Curator Residency Scheme Deadline 5:30pm, Thursday 10th September 2015

The purpose of the Visual Arts Curator Residency Scheme is to offer visual arts curators the opportunity to research and develop their practice, while developing a year-long work programme in partnership with an arts or non-arts organisation, such as a company, venue, festival, local authority or other. The specific content of the work programme will be designed by the curator in collaboration with the partner organisation.

 

 

The objectives of the Visual Arts Curator Residency Scheme are:

  • To offer opportunities to curators across the country to research and develop a programme of work relevant to the progression of their own practice
  • To offer opportunities to arts and non-arts organisations to benefit from contact with curatorial practice
  • To encourage a considered approach to, and innovative ways of, engaging new audiences with high-quality contemporary visual arts at local/regional/national level
  • To encourage the development and sustainability of high-quality visual arts activities within different contexts

To encourage a coordinated approach between curators and organsiations The maximum amount awarded to each successful application will be €20,000.

 

The scheme will open for applications on Tuesday 11 August 2015.

 

All applications must be submitted using the Arts Council’s online services website.  Application forms submitted via email/post/fax will not be accepted.

 

For further information on the Visual Arts Curator Residency Scheme please contact Kate O'Donnell, Visual Arts & Architecture Officer on 01 6180236 or by email at kate.odonnell@artscouncil.ie

 

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