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Archive for December 2021


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


Arts Council Agility Award 2022, Round 1

Date posted: 23 December 2021

The Arts Council’s Agility Award is an open and flexible grant scheme designed around the needs of individual freelance artists and arts workers at any stage of their careers. The award is available across all artforms and arts practice areas supported by the Arts Council. Read More


Call for short films: WHO Health for All Film Festival 2022

Date posted: 23 December 2021

WHO Health for All Film Festival 2022

The World Health Organization’s Health for All Film Festival invites independent filmmakers, production companies, public institutions, NGOs, communities, students, and film schools from around the world to submit their original short films on health. The festival’s aim is to recruit a new generation of film and video innovators to champion and promote global health issues. Read More


Arts Council Arts Participation Bursary Award 2022

Date posted: 23 December 2021

The Arts Council’s Arts Participation Bursary Award supports individual professional artists working in any artform to develop their arts-participation practice, including collaborative, community and socially engaged arts practices. Read More


Open Call: Create Ireland Artist Mentoring Award

Date posted: 18 December 2021

Image shown: Box by Jijo Sebastian and Indo-Irish progressive thinking community Neuron, recipient of the 2015 Artist in the Community Scheme Project Realisation Award. Image courtesy of Jijo Sebastian.

Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts, invites expressions of interest from collaborative socially engaged artists, or artists interested in/transitioning into collaborative socially engaged arts, who wish to avail of a focused period of mentorship to develop and consolidate their practice. Read More

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