Arts Council of Northern Ireland

The Funding and Development Agency
for The Arts in Northern Ireland

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Visual Arts

Inaugural ‘Capture Conference’ launched in Belfast

Wednesday 18th April 2018 at 10am 0 Comments Visual Arts

A new conference to enhance collaborative efforts and skill-sharing among Northern Ireland’s creative industries has been launched and Torbin Bullock, a California-based Film Editor at Pixar Animation Studios who has worked on films including Toy Story, Monsters, Inc and Finding Dory will be its keynote speaker.

Launching the inaugural Capture Conference at the QFT are (back row) Kris Kelly from Enter Yes; Maggie McKeever, Festival Coordinator at Belfast Photo Festival; (front row) Barry Desmond from Alexander Boyd Displays and Phil Morrow from Retinize. Image: Launching the inaugural Capture Conference at the QFT are (back row) Kris Kelly from Enter Yes; Maggie McKeever, Festival Coordinator at Belfast Photo Festival; (front row) Barry Desmond from Alexander Boyd Displays and Phil Morrow from Retinize.
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Anxiety and the Artist, an exhibition by award-winning fashion designer, Chloe Dougan

Thursday 12th April 2018 at 2pm 0 Comments Visual Arts

Fashion designer and textile artist, Chloe Dougan’s exhibition entitled, Anxiety and the Artist, will open at the Duncairn Centre in North Belfast this Thursday 12 April, supported by National Lottery funding through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.

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The Arts Council announces Annual Funding worth £13.1 million for 100 key arts organisations

Tuesday 10th April 2018 at 2pm 0 Comments Circus & Carnival Arts, Comedy, Community Arts, Craft, Dance, Drama, Literature, Music & Opera, Youth Arts, Visual Arts, Film & TV, Voluntary Arts

The Arts Council of Northern Ireland (ACNI) today (April 10th 2018) announced annual funding of £13,109, 922 million for 100 key arts organisations from its exchequer and National Lottery resources. Government funds of £8,574,126 maintain the core costs of 100 arts organisations while £4,535,796 of National Lottery funding supports their programming costs. The Arts Council’s Annual Funding Programme (AFP) is the most significant allocation of public funding for the arts in Northern Ireland each year.

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