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  • Minister Martin announced over €400,000 in funding for the promotion of Irish arts globally

    Minister Martin announced over €400,000 in funding for the promotion of Irish arts globally

    The Minister for Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht, Catherine Martin T.D., announced funding of over €400,000 for the promotion of Irish arts globally in 2020 and into 2021 by Culture Ireland. The funding is to support Irish artists and arts organisations to present projects, covering dance, literature, music, opera, theatre and the visual arts internationally.

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  • Pitching Sessions for the 2020 Dublin Fringe Festival – Call for Artists/Companies

    Pitching Sessions for the 2020 Dublin Fringe Festival – Call for Artists/Companies

    Things We Haven’t Made

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  • Philadelphia Here I Come - Irish Musicians Take to The Stage in Philadelphia this August

    Philadelphia Here I Come - Irish Musicians Take to The Stage in Philadelphia this August

    This August, Philadelphia Folk Festival has, for the first time ever, dedicated a full day of its programme to performances by Irish musicians. Scheduled to run for 12 hours on Saturday 15 August, a stage of the 59th Philadelphia Folk Festival will host 18 of Ireland’s finest music acts with the support of Culture Ireland.

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  • Minister Martin Congratulates Visual Artists Shortlisted for Venice Art Biennale

    Minister Martin Congratulates Visual Artists Shortlisted for Venice Art Biennale

    Catherine Martin TD, Minister for Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht, congratulated the successful applicants who have been shortlisted in the selection process for Ireland’s representation at the 2022 Venice Art Biennale.

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  • Cultural Officer for Ireland London  Deadline: 5pm Monday 17 August 2020

    Cultural Officer for Ireland London Deadline: 5pm Monday 17 August 2020

    Applications are invited for the post of Cultural Officer at the Embassy of Ireland in London. This position will enhance the promotion of Irish arts and artists in Great Britain (GB), working to serve the objectives of the Embassy of Ireland and of Culture Ireland (Department of Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht).

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Minister Martin announced over €400,000 in funding for the promotion of Irish arts globally

Minister Martin announced over €400,000 in funding for the promotion of Irish arts globally

The Minister for Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht, Catherine Martin T.D., has today 10th August 2020 announced over €400,000 in funding for the promotion of Irish arts globally.

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Pitching Sessions for the 2020 Dublin Fringe Festival – Call for Artists/Companies

Pitching Sessions for the 2020 Dublin Fringe Festival – Call for Artists/Companies

'Things We Haven’t Made'.

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The 5th podcast in the EFACIS Irish Itinerary: Pilar-Villar Argaiz in conversation with Theo Dorgan

The 5th podcast in the EFACIS Irish Itinerary: Pilar-Villar Argaiz in conversation with Theo Dorgan

Pilar-Villar Argaiz from the University of Granada in discussion with Theo Dorgan.

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