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Have your Say: Basic Income Scheme for the Arts

Date posted: 13 January 2022

Catherine Martin TD, Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, has launched an online consultation on the Basic Income for the Arts (BIA) pilot scheme to solicit the views of artists, those working in the arts and culture sector and the public. Read More


Pride of Place: Virtual exhibition by Co Louth care home residents

Date posted: 13 January 2022

In Bloom, artwork from the Pride in Place exhibition.

Pride of Place is a virtual art exhibition by County Louth care home residents, running until 31 January 2022. Over a yearlong art project led by An Táin Arts Centre, artist Rozzi Kennedy collaborated with residents to support the development of their artistic skills, culminating in a group exhibition of their work. Read More


St Francis Hospice Core Values Poetry Competition

Date posted: 9 January 2022

St Francis Hospice Dublin

Poets of all ages are invited to participate in St Francis Hospice’s ‘Our Values in Verse’ poetry competition. Submissions of original poetry are sought which reflect or represent one or more of St Francis Hospice’s core values: dignity, respect, compassion, collaboration, excellence and kindness. Read More


Dance Ireland dance classes for people with Parkinson’s 2022

Date posted: 3 January 2022

Dance Ireland, Dance for Parkinson’s.

In Dance Ireland’s Dance for Parkinson’s classes, participants are inspired to explore movement and music in ways that are energising, fun, stimulating and creative. Led by Olwyn Lyons, an independent choreographer, dance artist and facilitator, the spring 2022 programme takes place online every Monday from 17 January – 11 April.  Read More


Practising Well with Nicola Naismith: Online Conversation Series

Date posted: 29 December 2021

The working conditions for creative practitioners in the participatory arts sector are explored in Nicola Naismith’s new research publication, Practising Well: Conversations and Support Menu (January 2022, Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University). Read More

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