See Here 2012 outcome report
Total 13 results.
|Art Form||Applicant / Organisation||Amount Approved (€)||Finance Commited|
|Music||First Music Contact / Hard Working Class Heroes||19,000||03/01/2013|
|Description||100 bads over three days in six venues in Dublin|
|Film||Úna Feely, IndieCork Film Festival||3,000||03/01/2013|
|Description||Cork Film Festival presents a 5 programme Irish Short Film competition at our festival November 11th to 18th. We also screen 3 programmes of short films that are made in Cork, plus all the latest Irish film productions, features and documentaries. This will entail around 90 Irish productions in total over 3 venues; Cork Opera House, Triskel Arts Centre and The Gate Cinema. This is a unique opportunity to showcase Irish film to visiting programmers.|
|Music||Temple Bar Company||3,000||03/01/2013|
|Description||During the Temple Bar TradFest we will provide two opportunities for up coming talent to be seen by various national and international festivals. The first opportunity will be a pitching session where artists will be invited to perform for 20 minutes, and afterwords will have the opportunity to network with varies festival managers and agents. The second opportunity will be a networking 'speed dating' brunch which will give buyers and artists a chance to meet one another. We will also work with IMRO on our showcase events on two evenings of the programme which international buyers will be invited to attend.|
|Music||Choice Music Prize||2,820||03/01/2013|
|Description||The Choice Music Prize - Irish Album of the Year showcasing 10 Irish artists at Vicar St, March 7th 2013. This event provides the only opportunity within the Irish Music Industry calendar for key overseas delegates to view the best new and current Irish music acts in one evening.|
This year’s project was viewed as being the most successful year in the project’s history. Paul McLoone from Today FM presented/hosted this year’s show. The Event is broadcast live on Today FM who host a specially extended four hour show from The Olympia. The event is also covered the same evening on 2FM and BBC Northern Ireland. RTE TV News covers the event which provides solid exposure for the nominated acts and for Irish Music in general.
On the night of the awards on Thursday March 8th RTE News carried features of the nominees on their 6pm, 9pm main news programmes on RTE 1 and on their RTE 2 TV News programme.
Culture Ireland’s support is acknowledged on all press releases, during on air radio discussions, online and the official project website and on all venue branding.
Established acts like Snow Patrol, The Script, Bell XI, Two Door Cinema Club, Villagers and Imelda May have all been nominated since the project’s inception however the event has also provided a huge boost to developing artists like Fionn Regan, Jape, Duke Special , Julie Feeney and James Vincent McMorrow.
The project is recognised as adding considerable effect to the financial worth of the Irish Music Industry generating in excess of €1.25 million worth of top-line media coverage for Irish musicians annually.
In 2012 Est. 7,174,477 in Media Audience
188 Items of Media Coverage
• National Print 51 pieces
• Regional 30 pieces
• Broadcast 21 pieces including 3 x TV3 features
• Online 86 pieces
|Theatre||Fishamble Theatre Company||372||31/10/2012|
|Description||The Great Goat Bubble by Julian Gough, directed by Mikel Murfi - a coproduction by Fishamble: The New Play Company and Galway Arts Festival|
|Multidisciplinary||Baboró International Arts Festival for Children||5,000||27/08/2012|
|Description||Over the past decade or so, Baboró has worked to build strong relationships with international festivals and venues. Support from Culture Ireland since 2009 has enabled the development of those relationships, with some success in facilitating international touring by Irish companies. This year sees much of that development come to fruition, with strong interest being expressed by major contacts in the international programming arena for young people. Baboró 2012 will present a Showcase of quality Irish work from 10 companies, across the artforms and across the age range from 2 to youth|
Artists and Productions include:
Theatre Lovett - The House that Jack Filled - Theatre /
Branar - Spraoi - Theatre for Early Years /
Fidget Feet - Catch Me - Aerial Dance/Theatre /
Fíbín - Bodach an Chóta Lachtna - Theatre /
Graffiti Theatre - Walking Man - Performance for Early Years /
Barnstorm Theatre - The Song from the Sea - Theatre /
Púca Puppets - Tic Teac - Theatre for Early Years /
Drama Works Ireland - Children of the Black Skirt - Theatre for Youth /
Acting Up! - Dream Train - Performance for Early Years /
Róisín Beag - Silent Disco - Family Gig /
Baboró will also present a series of interactive workshops, literature events and visual arts and science exhibitions.
International work includes:
Visible Fictions - Jason & the Argonauts - Theatre (Scotland) /
Shona Reppe - Potato Needs a Bath - Puppetry (Scotland) /
Graffiti Classics - Live! - Classical Music (UK/Ireland) /
Helios Theatre - H2O - Theatre for Early Years (Germany) /
Teatrimperfetti - Tiny Coloured Movements - Dance for Early Years (Italy) /
Steve Hartley - Danny Baker Record Breaker - Stand Up (England) /
|Theatre||Pan Pan Theatre||250||19/06/2012|
|Description||A Doll House|
Smock Alley Theatre
4 - 28 April 2012
|Film||Galway Film Fleadh Ltd||5,300||18/06/2012|
|Description||The 24th Galway Film Fleadh will take place from 10th-15th July 2012 at the Town Hall Theatre, Galway Omniplex and Cinemobile. The following Irish works will be presented as part of the overall 2012 programme:|
New Irish Features will be showcased throughout the six days
New Irish Documentaries will be showcased throughout the six days
New Irish Short Films (drama & documentary) will be showcased on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings)
New Irish Animation will be showcased on Saturday and Sunday Afternoon
|Visual Art||Emma Dwyer||300||12/06/2012|
|Description||International director/curator to attend Eva International "After the Future" and assoicated events, 13 - 16 June 2012.|
|Description||Ten42 Productions is proposing to bring three Edinburgh Agents to Dublin to see two shows which have, we believe, the quality to be successful at the Fringe Festival in 2012. The shows are:|
"I Heart Alice Heart I" by Hot For Theatre (working with tour producer Marie Fleming) - playing at Peacock Theatre
"Love All" by Cheerywild Productions (tour produced by Ten42 Productions) - playing at Bewley's Theatre
|Description||Big Maggie, performances in Sligo (Hawk's Well Theatre), Galway (Town Hall Theatre) and Dublin (Gaiety Theatre)|
|Multidisciplinary||Sirius Arts Centre||300||20/04/2012|
|Description||The irius Arts Centre is making this application to support the visit of Mr. Elie Domit, Creative Director, Curator and Founder of The Empty Quarter Gallery in Dubai, UAE - Working in partnership with Paul Seawright in Belfast and Trish Brennan in Cork along with other arts organizations this trip is organized to achieve the following aims and to view works as follows:|
The visit by Mr. Domit would achieve 3 aims:
1) Provide him with the opportunity to meet one on one with emerging and established Irish photographers and arts venues with the guidance of Irish artists, educators and arts facilitators: Donovan Wylie, Paul Seawright, Peggy Sue Amison and Trish Brennan.
2) Provide students and interested artists with the opportunity to hear Mr. Domit speak on photography in the Middle East and the inner workings of an internationally renown commercial gallery space (the Empty Quarter) from the founder, Curator and Creative Director of this space.
3) Facilitate the process of exploring a future exhibition of Irish photography in the Middle East, which will showcase emerging and established Irish artists.
All of the above aims will continue to support Sirius Arts Centre’s focus on developing photography in Ireland not only through artistic supports and education of Irish artists, but also an through an exhibition of this nature, which opens a window on Ireland to audiences in the Middle East.
|Visual Art||Dublin Contemporary 2011||28/02/2012|
|Description||114 Irish and international artists showing a cross-discipline of works including painting, sculpture, installation, video, works on paper and performance.|