International Early Childhood Arts Commission

Opportunity for Artists, Collectives, Organisations or Companies

International Early Childhood Arts Commission

 

Closing date: 24th November 2016

                                                  

The four Dublin Local Authorities (Fingal County Council, Dublin City Council, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and South Dublin County Council) are working in partnership to invite applications for the creation of new artwork(s) of ambition, scale and depth for an early childhood audience.

 

We are looking for individuals, collectives, organisations or companies to develop exciting and ambitious new artistic work for an early childhood audience. This audience includes children, parents and early childhood educators.

Queries should be sent to Orla Scannell, oscannell@sdublincoco.ie       

 

Presentation & Discussion of Brief – 3rd November 2016

A presentation by the four Dublin Local Authorities on the International Early Childhood Arts Commission will take place during the Dublin City Council Arts Office Development Day / Children’s Arts Sector, from 11.30-2.30, in the Lab. Places are limited for the performance and presentations, for booking please contact: liz.coman@dublincity.ie 

 

This opportunity is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland’s Invitation to Collaboration Scheme and the four Dublin Local Authorities.

 

Download the commission brief and support document at: http://www.sdcc.ie/services/parks-and-recreation/arts/arts-news 

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