Commission Call, Colaiste Ghlor na Mara, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin

Application deadline: Thursday 6 July, 12 noon

Coláiste Ghlór na Mara is an Irish language multi-denominational secondary school, located in a state of the art building on the Naul Road in Balbriggan.

Coláiste Ghlór invite expressions of interest from artists of all levels of experience in developing a new artwork for their school.

The total budget for the project is €64,000 (inclusive of all related costs)

The selection process will take the form of a Two Stage Open Competition. It is open to all interested professional artists at any stage of their career or experience. No designs or detailed proposals are required in Stage 1.

From the completed Stage 1 applications; a shortlist of artists will be selected by panel jury. Stage 2 short listed artists will be paid a minimum concept development fee of €500 to work on a detailed proposal for final selection.

Selection Panel:

It is proposed that the selection panel will consist of the Principal, City Arts Officer, Professional Artist, 2 nominees each from the Board of Management, Staff and Parents Committee.

  • Application Form

Applications should include:

  • Completed application form
  • Artists CV
  • Images / details of recent relevant works / projects.

should be returned HARD COPY to the address below:

Coimisiún don Chéatadán don Ealaín,

F/C Treasa Ní Mháthúna

Coláiste Ghlór na Mara,

Bóthair na Naul,

Baile Brigín,

Contae Baile Átha Cliath


Applicants can make enquiries regarding the commission (reference Per Cent for Art Commission in subject line) to: 



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