Feature Article
Welcome to the November edition of our Newsletter
News this month
Making Great Art Work – Programme of engagement
Check it out: Test the new arts video-sharing site
Grants and Awards
Arts Council Artist in the Community Scheme: Bursary Award: Collaborative Arts & Architecture - accepting applications
2016 Travel and Training Award Opens in November
New Touring and Dissemination of Work Scheme Closes on 3 December 2015
Young People, Children and Education (YPCE) Programme Activity Fund 2016 welcomes applications
Special season of Splanc! opened for applications
Arts Audiences News
Arts Audiences news.
Creative Europe Desk
International News from the Creative Europe Desk – Culture Office
Arts Council Artist in the Community Scheme: Bursary Award: Collaborative Arts & Architecture - accepting applications
The Artist in the Community Scheme Bursary Award 2015 aims to support individual professional architects/artists working in the area of engaged and/or collaborative architecture. The award is open for submissions until Monday 16 November at 5pm.

The purpose of the Bursary Award is to support and nurture professional arts practice and is specifically aimed at an architect/arts practitioner who has a track record of working collaboratively. The Bursary Award of €10,000 will provide the selected architect/artist with time and resources to carry out research and to reflect on practice. More particularly, the Bursary will allow the architect/artist to consider key questions associated with creating architecture using collaborative methodologies.


The successful applicant will share the learning arising from the Bursary with the wider architectural community and collaborative arts sector. Create will work in partnership with the Irish Architecture Foundation in providing information sessions and on the selection process. Further details on sessions will be available on www.create-ireland.ie


The Arts Council funds the Bursary Award as part of the Artist in the Community Scheme, which is managed by Create. For further information, contact Katherine Atkinson, Project Support, Professional Development, support@create-ireland.ie

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