Feature Article
Welcome to the January edition of our Newsletter
News this month
Literature Bursary Award Information Clinic hosted by Munster Literature Centre
Places Matter Conference: creating diverse participation in the arts 28 March 2019 – Save the date
Arts Council seeks Per Cent for Art adviser
Grants and Awards
The Liam O’Flynn Award - Closing date - 5:30 p.m, Thursday 17 January 2019
Bursary Awards next closing date - 5:30 p.m., Thursday, 31 Jan 2019
Ireland Chair of Poetry Student Prize and Travel Award
Arts Council announces Anthony Cronin Award 2019
News from the community
Nollaig na mBan 2019
Jack Harte Bursary Award 2019 winner announced
Waterford Healing Arts Trust opens call for Artist in Residence 2019
Creative Europe Desk
A round up of events in 2018
Ireland Chair of Poetry Student Prize and Travel Award

The Ireland Chair of Poetry Trust is delighted to announce the establishment of the Ireland Chair of Poetry Student Prize and the closing date for the upcoming Travel Award.

 

Student Prize

 

The Ireland Chair of Poetry Student Prize has been established to encourage and assist students who are pursuing Masters degrees in Creative Writing or in Poetry. This Prize, is open to Masters students studying for degrees in Creative Writing or in Poetry in Queen’s University Belfast, Trinity College Dublin or University College Dublin. Up to two prizes will be awarded in each of the participating universities, provided sufficient merit is shown, each valued at €1,000.

 

Deadline for submission of applications is 5.30pm on 28 February 2019.

 

For further details and to download an application form and guidelines, please click here.

 

Travel Award

 

The Travel Award was established by the Trustees of the Ireland Chair of Poetry two years ago in order to encourage and assist poets in their creative development and have been delighted to make awards to Maureen Boyle and Andrew Eaton. This award offers £2,000 to one recipient to help realise a project requiring travel within or outside Ireland. The Trust hopes that this award will offer a poet an opportunity to step outside his or her everyday space and work on a project that will benefit their professional development.

 

The deadline for applications is 5.30pm on Friday 22 February 2019.

 

For further details and to download an application form and guidelines, please click here.