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Next Generation Artists Award

The purpose of the Next Generation artists award is to support a group of promising artists across all disciplines at an early but pivotal stage in their career. Recipients will receive €25,000 and will also take part in a collective week-long residential programme in spring 2023.
Deadline 14 April 2022.

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Basic Income for the Arts

The overarching objective of the scheme is to address the earnings instability that can be associated with the intermittent, periodic, and often project-based nature of work in the arts. The scheme will research the impact on artists and creative arts workers creative practice of providing the security of a basic income, thereby reducing income precarity. The Basic Income for the Arts pilot scheme will run over a 3-year period (2022 – 2025). Its intention is to research the impact a basic income would have on artists and creatives work patterns by providing the opportunity to focus on their practice, and to minimise the loss of skills from the arts as a result of the pandemic and to contribute to the sectors gradual regrowth post pandemic.
Application opens 12 April.

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Cruinniú na nÓg 2022 Commission

Fingal County Council invites proposals from Artists, Creative Practitioners, Arts Organisations and Companies for the development and delivery of artistic projects for children and/or young people for Cruinniú na nÓg 2022. Budget Range: €4,000 – €20,000 (inclusive of all artistic fees, VAT and materials / production / performance/display/promotion costs). Deadline for application: 21st April 2022

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axis Assemble

Our 2022 Axis Assemble programme aims to create opportunities for artists at all stages of their career and from all backgrounds to explore and develop new ideas through:

● financial support
● development space
● dramaturgical guidance
● engagement with fellow artists
● artist led sessions to support sustainability in practice

Deadline: 28th April 2022

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axis Play:Ground

Our 2022 Axis Play: Ground residency aims to create opportunities for artists with disabilities/disabled artists to develop their creative practice and explore new ideas through:

● financial support
● development space
● dramaturgical guidance
● engagement with fellow artists
● artist led sessions to support sustainability in practice

Deadline: 28th April 2022

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Artist in the Community Scheme

The 2022 Deadlines for the AIC Scheme are 5pm Monday 28th March (Round 1) and Mon 26 September (Round 2).

This includes the following awards:
Research and Development Award (without mentoring)
Research and Development Award (with Mentoring)
Recent Graduate Research and Development Award (with Mentoring)
Project Realisation Award

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Arts and Disability Connect Scheme

The Arts and Disability Connect scheme is designed to support artists with disabilities to be ambitious, to develop their practice and to connect with arts organisations and arts professionals in the Republic of Ireland.

The awards available are: New Work (€15,000), Research and Development (€5,000), Mentoring (€3,000) and Training (€1,000).
This year artists have two deadlines to choose from:
Option 1 – Opens: 14 March 2022
Deadline: 16 May 2022

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Arts & Health: Documentation Bursary 2022

Are you involved in an arts and health project? Would you like to showcase your work to a larger audience?

The national arts and health website invites applications for a €4000 bursary to produce a short film, audio documentary or publication about an arts and health project.

Applications are invited from artists working in healthcare settings, healthcare professionals, arts and health organisations/partnerships and others working in the field of arts and health. Deadline 10th June 2022

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Agility Award 2022, Round 2

The window for making an application will open on Tuesday 24 May 2022. The Agility Award is open to individual freelance artists and arts workers and is available across all art forms and art practice areas supported by the Arts Council. We welcome and encourage new applicants from all areas of the community.

Updated guidelines for the award will be available on our website in May.

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Artlinks Bursary Programme

Offer bursaries across three separate Awards annually, the Emerging Artist Award, the Professional Development Award & Collaborative Award. Deadline changes annually.

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Arts Council Travel and Training Award

Deadline changes annually

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Culture Ireland Funding – Showcases

Applications to form part of the Culture Ireland delegations are made by open call and applications must be submitted online through the Culture Ireland website.

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Dongeal County Council Artist Bursary Scheme

Deadline changes annually

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The Ibsen Scholarships

Deadline changes annually

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Literature Ireland Exchange Translator Grants

Deadline: 18th March 2022.

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Kildare County Council Cecil Day Lewis Literary Bursary

Annual deadline of March

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Dublin City Arts Office

Deadline: September 2022.

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Leitrim County Council Arts Office Individual Artists Bursaries

Deadline changes annually

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MOLI Edna O’Brien Young Writers Bursary

Deadline changes annually

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Noelle Vial Poetry Bursary

Deadline changes annually

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Roscommon County Council Grants & Bursaries

Deadline changes annually

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Sligo County Council Art Grants

Deadline changes annually

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Westmeath County Council Arts Grants

Deadline changes annually

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