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Welcome to the March edition of our Newsletter
News this month
Laureate for Irish Fiction Sebastian Barry to appear at Mountains to Sea Festival
The Arts Council announces successful recipients of Authored Works and Reel Art awards
Aosdána General Assembly
Opportunities with Creative Schools for artists, creative practitioners and educators
Arts Council seeks Public Art Policy and Support Services
Arts Council seeks Online Editorial and Project Management Services for Public art.ie
Grants and Awards
Countess Constance de Markievicz Award
Festival Investment Scheme 2020 Round 1
Deis Recording & Publication Award next closing date - 5:30 p.m, Thursday 4 April 2019
2019 Dance Arts Residency Scheme
Arts Council's Artist in the Community Scheme - Deadlines 2019
Deadline: Arts and Disability Connect
John Broderick – a writer’s gift to Athlone
Creative Schools – opens for applications from schools across Ireland.
News from the community
€270,250 announced for Music Capital Scheme 2019
Music Network is hiring! Programmes Administrator.
Traid Éireann project commences to research the challenges and opportunities for traditional arts practitioners
Princesses can be Pirates/ A school and family dance performance for audiences 4+
Promoting Autonomy: Arts + Health Check Up Check In 2019 programme announced
Mindshift: The Business of Writing, Belfast
Anam Cara / IWC Irish Language Bursary 2019 | Sparánacht Ionad Anam Cara / ÁSÉ
Creative Europe Desk
Pilot Mobility Scheme for Artists and Culture Professionals from April 2019
Planning an application to Creative Europe in 2019?
Upcoming calls
Deis Recording & Publication Award next closing date - 5:30 p.m, Thursday 4 April 2019

The deadline for the next round of the Arts Council's Deis Recording & Publication Award is Thursday 4 April, 2019 at 5.30pm. The window for making an application opens on Tuesday 5 March 2019.

The purpose of the Deis Recording and Publication Award is to provide support for traditional arts recording projects, or recording projects involving collaboration between the traditional arts and other artforms and for projects centred on the publication of work, such as tutors, tune collections and critical writing that are in line with the Arts Council’s policy on the traditional arts.

 

Priority will be given to projects that demonstrate:

  • Attention to artistic quality
  • Innovation
  • Significant benefit to the traditional arts community.

 

The award is open to individuals, groups, ensembles or organisations.

Award Guidelines for the Deis Recording & Publication Award will be available soon on the available fundingsection on our website.

Applications will only be accepted through the Arts Council’s online services website. The applicant 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.