Dublin City Council Arts Office; Free Funding Info Sessions for Artists; 15th & 21st Oct, 2014. The LAB.

 

Dublin City Council presents;

"Understanding the Arts Grants 2015"

Free Arts Funding Information Sessions and Clinics for Artists

15th & 21st October 2014

The LAB, Foley Street, Dublin 1

'One to One' Clinics with the 5 Dublin City Council Arts Officers.

These one to one, 15 minute long sessions, are designed to offer potential applicants and artists detailed information and advice on Project and Neighbourhood Grant Applications.

Booking  via: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/dublin-city-council-arts-funding-2015-information-sessions-tickets-13481007055

A link to the Dublin City Arts Plan 2014-2018 will be available online from www.thelab.ie from Wednesday 15th October 2014.


Information Sessions and Clinics will be led by:

Ray Yeates, City Arts Officer

and by the Arts Officers: Sinead Connolly, Sheena Barrett, Jim Doyle and Liz Coman.

 

Day 1; Wednesday 15th October 2014

Revenue and Neighbourhood Grants

Session 1 : 10.00 am - 11.30am        Revenue Grants

Session 2 : 12.00 pm - 1.00pm          Neighbourhood Grants

Day 2; Tuesday 21st October 2014

Arts Project Grants  

Session 3 : 2.00pm - 3.00 pm           Art Project Grants

Session 4 : 3.30 pm - 5.30 pm          One to One Clinics

 

Dublin City Council,

Arts Office,

The LAB,

Foley Street,

Dublin 1

 

Tel: (01) 222 5455   |   Fax: ( 01) 8178985

Email:artsoffice@dublincity.ie 

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