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Welcome to the September edition of our Newsletter
News this month
Creative Production Services – A Theatre Resource-Sharing Pilot Scheme
Laureate for Irish Fiction Public Events
Danny Denton announced as Writer-in-Residence at University College Cork 2019-20.
Arts Council Confirmation: Alan Gilsenan appointed as Film Artist in Residence at UCC
Grants and Awards
Festival Investment Scheme 2020 Round 2
Last Call for Travel and Training Awards for festivals in 2019
News from the community
Call for proposals: From Access to Inclusion 2020; an Arts and Culture Summit.
Join Create and partners Crawford Art Gallery (Cork), Counterpoints Arts (London), Cork City Arts Office and Heart of Glass (St Helens) for Create’s 2019 Networking Day for Collaborative Arts.
The Irish Writers Centre Novel Fair 2020
Arts & Disability Ireland and The Kennedy Center present: From Access to Inclusion 2020, an Arts and Culture Summit from 11th – 14th May 2020.
Arts & Disability Ireland and The Kennedy Center present: From Access to Inclusion 2020, an Arts and Culture Summit from 11th – 14th May 2020.

From Access to Inclusion 2020 will gather the most innovative and thought provoking leaders and advocates in access and inclusion in arts and culture.

This dynamic Summit will be a unique opportunity to exchange ideas and discover new and innovative ways to create accessible and inclusive experiences. 

From Access to Inclusion 2020 will include three strands; Capacity Building Workshops, the Access to Inclusion Summit and a programme of Evening Cultural Events.

Capacity Building Workshops
11th and 12th May, various cultural venues

Participate in a stimulating range of practical workshops run by internationally acknowledged experts.

These intimate workshops, held in Dublin’s world famous cultural institutions will offer a real opportunity to participate and learn.  Gain a toolbox of skills which arts and cultural professionals will be able to implement with ease and confidence.

From Access to Inclusion 2020 Summit
13th and 14th May, Dublin Castle

 

An international gathering of access professionals and advocates exploring how to provide seamless, person-centred experiences in arts and culture, through a dynamic programme of keynotes, discussion panels, case studies and demonstrations.  The Summit offers an unprecedented opportunity to exchange ideas and discover new and innovative ways to include and welcome everyone.

Evening Cultural Events

11th, 12th and 13th May, various cultural venues

 

An exciting programme of Evening Cultural Events will take place from 11th to 13th May at various cultural venues across Dublin featuring access and inclusion in action.

This Summit will be essential for professionals at all levels in the arts, cultural and tourism sectors such as those working in: venues, festivals, galleries, museums, heritage sites and visitor experiences.  In addition to those who deliver, programme or present accessible and inclusive experiences, From Access to Inclusion 2020 is relevant for policy makers, funders and administrators who are committed to embedding a more holistic approach to accessible arts and cultural programming at a local, regional, national and international level.

 

Register your Interest today by HERE

 

Visit www.adiarts.ie for more information

 

Want to get involved? Arts & Disability Ireland and The Kennedy Center are also seeking proposals for the From Access to Inclusion 2020 programme. Find out more HERE

 

Arts & Disability Ireland are delighted to be partnering and collaborating with The John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Office of VSA, Washington D.C. From Access to Inclusion 2020 is modelled on The Kennedy Center’s conference, Leadership Exchange in Arts and Disability (LEAD), the largest annual convening of access professionals and advocates in North America.