We are delighted to announce that applications are now open for our 2023 Westmeath Creative Ireland Grants.
The Creative Ireland Programme is an all-of-Government initiative to place creativity at the centre of public policy. It is guided by a vision that every person in Ireland will have the opportunity to realise their full creative potential. Continuous engagement with the arts and culture is enormously beneficial for building creative capacities. Enhancing wellbeing, culture and creativity are essential features of an innovative society where the ability to conceptualise is more important than knowledge. An important aspect of the Creative Ireland programme is its collaborative nature - between national and local government, and as part of this each local authority has prepared a Culture and Creativity strategy to support this work.
We invite applications that specifically address one or more of the following strategic priorities:
The Westmeath Creative Ireland Open Call is a county-wide call to community groups, organisations, venues, artists, writers, performers, archaeologists, historians, archivists and everyone involved in the culture and creative sectors. The call encourages the development high quality creative projects and programmes which enable groups and individuals to realise their full creative potential and develop and encourage greater access, knowledge and appreciation of the arts, culture and heritage.
Take a look at our Creative Ireland page for further information or download an application form.
Completed forms must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 12 noon, 8th March 2023.*
*N.B. Eligible submissions will receive email confirmation. If you do not receive email confirmation it is your responsibility to email or phone us to ensure that your submission has been successfully received.
We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting a Westmeath Creative Ireland Grant Information Session which will offer advice on applying for funds in 2023.
This article was published on: 9th February, 2023
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