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Culture Night Call Out 2023

Louth County Council is pleased to announce that Culture Night will take place on Friday 22nd September 2023 from 4p.m until late. Louth County Council Arts Service now welcomes applications from those eligible to avail of funding from our Culture Night Event Fund for 2023.   The fund is open to applications from not-for-profit organizations, local […]

Waterford Poetry Prize 2023

The Arts Office, Waterford City & County Council is pleased to announce that entries are now being accepted for the Waterford Poetry Prize 2023. The Waterford Poetry Prize is open to all writers currently living on the island of Ireland.  The winners of the Waterford Poetry Prize 2023 will be announced at the SpeakEasy event […]

Birr Vintage Week and Arts Festival Open Submission Exhibition Opportunity

Curated by Amanda Jane Graham Commuovere (ko’mːwɔvere)– to affect, stir, or touch emotionally.   The Open Submission Exhibition for 2023 has a focus on diversity and inclusion.  We invite artists to share their stories to create links between their personal experiences and the audience using the power of visual language to start conversations, establish new […]

BVIFF Short Film Bursary 2023

Set against the beautiful backdrop of the Boyne Valley, Droichead Arts Centre and film maker Frank W. Kelly launch the second Boyne Valley International Film Festival which takes place this August. BVIFF are now inviting screen writers to pitch a short film idea by email, no longer than 2 pages, limited to one entry per person, and […]

Call for Birr Writers Residency

Applications are now being sought for the 2023 Birr Writers’ Residency. ncy offers professional writers’ accommodation and workspaces for six nights, at Brendan House in the centre of Birr, County Offaly. This Georgian Heritage Town in the midlands of Ireland has a remarkable history, and is embedded in a community with a thriving arts culture. […]

Open Call Brigid 1500, 2024

An event to help artists with research will be held Kildare Town library on Monday 22nd May 2.00pm – 5pm. 2024 marks the 1500th anniversary of the death of St. Brigid. Brigid lived long ago and many traditions, customs and symbols are associated with her. Five people, experts in their field, have been invited to […]