Arts Council of Northern Ireland

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£1.5 million Arts Council National Lottery funding awarded to local projects

Wednesday 19th July 2017 at 2pm 0 Comments Arts & Disability, Community Arts, Music & Opera, Visual Arts, Arts & Health, Arts and Older People, Circus & Carnival Arts, Comedy, Craft, Dance, Drama, Film & TV, International Arts, Literature

50 arts organisations across Northern Ireland are set to benefit from over £1.5 million of Arts Council of Northern Ireland National Lottery funding, to bring a series of high quality arts projects to people across the region

Booktrust Northern Ireland has been awarded £22,180 to bring a series of high-profile authors to meet school pupils. Pictured is illustrator PJ Lynch on a visit earlier this year to Lagan College. Image: Booktrust Northern Ireland has been awarded £22,180 to bring a series of high-profile authors to meet school pupils. Pictured is illustrator PJ Lynch on a visit earlier this year to Lagan College.
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Funding opportunities for individual artists

Tuesday 4th July 2017 at 11am 0 Comments International Arts, Language Arts, Literature, Music & Opera, Public Art, Traditional Arts, Visual Arts, Voluntary Arts, Youth Arts, Craft, Dance, Drama, Film & TV, Circus & Carnival Arts, Comedy, Community Arts, Intercultural Arts

The Arts Council of Northern Ireland’s Support for the Individual Artist Programme (SIAP) is now open for funding applications.  The annual programme offers a range of funding awards for individual artists working across all art form areas, including visual art, dance, drama and music.

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Top poets gather to discuss international appointment

Thursday 22nd June 2017 at 9am 0 Comments Literature

Leading poets from across the island of Ireland were called together to discuss the appointment of an International Visiting Poetry Fellow, as part of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland’s and Queen’s University Belfast’s joint ten-year Seamus Heaney Legacy project.

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