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Welcome to the March edition of our Newsletter
News this month
The Readers’ Voice
RAISE: The Arts Council has appointed Kieran MacSweeney to the role of Private Investment Adviser.
2023: Future Retrospectives
A study visit by South African Community Art Centre Managers to Ireland
Grants and Awards
Deadline: Deis Recording & Publication Award 2017
Deadline: Arts and Disability Connect
Deadline: Arts Council's Artist in the Community Scheme 2017
Arts Council announces deadline for Open Call 2017
News from the community
Children’s Writers’ Fellowship
Creative Europe Desk
The Ultimate Cookbook for Cultural Managers - Taxation of Artists in an International Context
What do you think of the Creative Europe programme? How can it be improved?
Current funding calls under Creative Europe Culture Sub-programme
Children’s Writers’ Fellowship

The Arts Council of Northern Ireland, in partnership with Queen’s University Belfast, is inviting expressions of interest for a new Children’s Writers’ Fellowship, to the value of £15,000 per annum. 


Position:
Children’s Writers’ Fellowship
Location: Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry, Queen’s University Belfast
Responsible to: QUB/ACNI Heaney Legacy Steering Group
Appointment Period: Two years – Part-time
Work Hours: Flexible (to be negotiated). Some of the specified hours will be at unsocial times.
Closing Date: Wednesday 15 March 2017
Honorarium: £15,000 per annum
Anticipated Interview Date:  Wednesday 22 March 2017


ORGANISATIONAL STATEMENT

The Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Queen’s University Belfast have jointly developed a range of activities to ensure the legacy of Seamus Heaney for Belfast and Northern Ireland. It is hoped the joint initiative will inspire and support current and future generations of creative writing talent.

The Fellow will work with personnel in the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, as well as with external organisations, to offer workshops and school visits (primary and secondary level) across Northern Ireland.

The value of the fellowship is £15,000 per annum, and the activities will be undertaken across the academic year: commencement and hours to be agreed.

Short CVs plus proposals of no more than 2,000 words from writers will be reviewed by a panel of experts from the two partners.

Submissions must be received by hard copy or by email at hr@artscouncil-ni.org by 4pm on Wednesday 15 March 2017.


Arts Council of Northern Ireland
1 The Sidings, Antrim Road, LISBURN BT28 3AJ, Northern Ireland

Further details are available at: http://artscouncil-ni.org/news/new-childrens-writers-fellowship

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