Festival Arts Grants 2019 - Now Open
Offaly County Council Festivals Arts Grant Scheme is a grant to organisations that promote festivals or events with a clear artistic purpose that will take place in the jurisdiction of Offaly. Funding is limited and there is a high standard of applications. Please do read the guidelines carefully and ensure the Festivals eligibility. Closing date: 22nd February 2019 @ 4pm.
For application forms and guidelines please download from the link below or contact the arts office on 05793 57400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Festival Arts Grants 2019 Application Form WORD;
Festival Arts Grants 2019 Application Form PDF
Festival Arts Grants 2019 Guidelines;WORD
Festival Arts Grants 2019 Guidelines PDF
Offaly Professional Artists Support Scheme 2019
The Professional Artists Support Scheme is designed to assist artists working in all art mediums (i.e visual art, literature, dance, film, digital media, sculpture, drama) born in or domicile in Offaly. Artists may only apply under one category. Closing date Friday 25 January 2019
Professional Artists Support Scheme Application Form 2019 WORD
Professional Artists Support Scheme Application Form 2019 PDF
Professional Artists Support Scheme Guidelines 2019;WORD
Professional Artists Support Scheme Guidelines 2019 PDF
Arts Act Grant 2019 NOW OPEN
Offaly County Council has now opened its application process for the Arts Acts Grants scheme 2018. Arts organisations, schools, drama & musical groups, town bands, voluntary community groups (not festivals) are all eligible to apply.
The funding scheme is competitive and applicants are encouraged to ensure that proposed projects are innovative and ambitious, and provide maximum impact in the community with it objectives. With this in mind the Arts Act Grants 2019 are open to creative and cultural projects in the community.
DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORM & GUIDELINES HERE or contact can be made on email@example.com or 057 9357400.
The closing date for applications is Friday 25th January 2019 at 3pm. We welcome queries from groups making an application and remind potential applicants to read the guidelines carefully before putting an application together.
Open Invitation to Exhibit in Áras an Chontae 2019
Offaly County Council Arts office invites applications from Offaly based community groups, arts organisations, schools and artists who are interested in availing of the Áras an Chontae Atrium space to exhibit art work within the period mid March 2019– November 2019.
Please download Application form and guidelines below.
Exhibition Application Form 2019 PDF
Exhibition Application Form 2019 WORD
Exhibition Policy and Guidelines PDF
Exhibition Policy and Guidelines WORD
Professional Artist Database
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL OFFALY ARTISTS
IF YOU WISH TO REMAIN ON OR BE ON OUR DATABASE YOU NEED TO SEND IN A PROFESSIONAL ARTIST DATABASE FORM
PROFESSIONAL ARTIST DATABASE FORM DOWNLOAD HERE
Offaly Arts Office is currently updating our Professional Artist Database. (in accordance with GDPR). The database sends out opportunities and information to Offaly artists with regards to the arts in Offaly, artists also need to be included on the database to qualify for Offaly County Council Arts Grants/bursaries. We are asking all existing database artists and new artists to send in a form.
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