Arts Council of Northern Ireland

The Funding and Development Agency
for The Arts in Northern Ireland

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£52,000 to support community based arts projects

Wednesday 22nd March 2017 at 1pm 0 Comments Music & Opera, Drama, Craft

Nine arts projects have been awarded funding totalling over £52,000 this month (March 2017) as part of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland’s Small Grants funding programme. The money will be used to support arts initiatives in communities across Northern Ireland, including projects in Bangor, Belfast, Lisburn and Derry.

Moving on Music are one of nine organisations awarded funding in March as part of the Arts Council’s Small Grants Programme. The funding will enable them to commission new music as part of their Night Music and Jam Jar events. Image: Moving on Music are one of nine organisations awarded funding in March as part of the Arts Council’s Small Grants Programme. The funding will enable them to commission new music as part of their Night Music and Jam Jar events.
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A spectacular celebration of creativity across Northern Ireland this April

Tuesday 14th March 2017 at 4pm 0 Comments Community Arts, Craft, Music & Opera, Visual Arts, Voluntary Arts

The Get Creative Weekend takes place all over the UK from 7th – 9th April 2017. In Northern Ireland, we have two huge Createathon events in the Ulster Museum Belfast and the Verbal Arts Centre in Derry City on Saturday 8th April. 

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Partnership key to helping the arts sector weather a difficult financial year

Thursday 9th February 2017 at 12pm 0 Comments Acquisitions, Architecture, Arts & Disability, Arts & Health, Arts and Older People, Building Peace through the Arts: Re-Imaging Communities, Circus & Carnival Arts, Comedy, Community Arts, Craft, Dance, Drama, Film & TV, Intercultural Arts, International Arts, Language Arts, Literature, Music & Opera, Public Art, Traditional Arts, Visual Arts, Voluntary Arts, Youth Arts

The Arts Council of Northern Ireland released its annual review of 2015-16, highlighting the many inspirational programmes and events that took place amidst a very challenging financial year for the arts.

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