See Here 2013 outcome report
Total 14 results.
|Art Form||Applicant / Organisation||Amount Approved (€)||Finance Commited|
|Visual Art||International Visitors Programme||1,500||14/10/2015|
|Description||The International Visitors Programme has been initiated by the Irish Museum of Modern Art and Project Arts Centre with the aim of increasing international knowledge and appreciation of Ireland’s visual arts. |
Initiating first hand encounters between artists in Ireland and international curators is of vital importance to the development and growth of Ireland’s visual arts. IMMA and PAC have come together to combine the networks and curatorial expertise of both organisations. IVP has been introduced to enhance research and mobility for all aspects of visual arts practices, from artists to curators, critics and institutions. It’s a programme which emulates successful international models of practice such as ISCP in New York, Delfina Foundation London, Banff in Canada and Gertrude Contemporary in Australia, albeit on a much streamlined financial base. It is hoped that this formalised collaboration between IMMA and Project will interweave with Culture Ireland’s already outstanding work done on bringing Irish artists to international audiences and the promotion of Irish arts worldwide.
|Theatre||Irish Theatre Institute||5,000||03/09/2014|
|Description||Participation in the annual Irish Theatre Institute INFORMATION TOOLBOX to meet Irish companies and theatre/dance makers and to see shows in the Dublin Fringe Festival|
|Music||First Music Contact / Hard Working Class Heroes||10,900||03/09/2014|
|Description||100 of Irelands Best emerging Music acts showcasing to a natioanl and international audince and Industry|
|Theatre||Irish Theatre Institute||35,100||03/09/2014|
|Description||Group of international presenters will be invited to travel to Ireland to participate in ITI's 19th annual International Theatre Exchange, network with Irish artists and producers, see a broad range of work in the Dublin Theatre Festival including the ReViewed showcase programme.|
|Music||Temple Bar Company||1,700||03/09/2014|
|Description||Temple Bar TradFest 2014 (Wednesday 22-Sunday 26 January 2014) will be our 9th festival. It is Dublin’s only dedicated festival promoting traditional arts. It is one of the largest music festivals in Ireland attended by over 57,000 people and featuring national and internationally renowned artists in iconic heritage buildings in the city centre. In 2014 we will continue to build on the success of previous festivals including footfall, variety & calibre of talent, media exposure, social inclusion, capacity & international collaborations. In 2014 we intend to offer audiences a range of diverse experiences, free high quality traditional music on the streets, free high quality music in pubs throughout Temple Bar & concerts in some of Dublin's most iconic heritage buildings. Performance venues include St Patrick's Cathedral, St Werburgh's Church, Dublin City Hall, The Ark, Irish Film Institute & The Button Factory. We’re adding 2 new venues in 2014: Meeting House Square & St Michan's Church. |
There’ll be a full programme of free outdoor & family events including ceili workshops, outdoor stages, street performers, pipe bands, children's club, IMRO showcases & master-classes, festival club, film screening, singers club & outdoor craft market. 'Live at the Hub' will continue on from 2013 showcasing up & coming musical acts to overseas festival buyers.
Headline concerts in 2014 include
Carlos Nunez; A Celebration of Frankie Kennedy featuring Altan, double bill with Stockon's Wing & Frankie Gavin & De Dannan, singer, songwriter & multi-instrumentalist Paul Brady, legendary singer /songwriter Johnny Duhan, the 30th anniversary of the first all-female big-band of traditional music Macalla, the olllam, Eleanor McEvoy, Frances Black, Bellowhead; winner of Best Album 2013 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards & Seth Lakeman; folk-inspired, multi-award winning singer-songwriter. Dublin City Hall will play host to several international collaborations: Dublin’s first Robert Burns Supper hosted by Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Education, Riga: Celebrating European Capital of Culture 2014 in association with the Latvian Foreign Ministry featuring world renowned cello trio Melo M, A Commemoration of the Songs of World War 1 hosted by RTE broadcaster, historian & author Myles Dungan & a night celebrating musical links of Mayo & Manchester with award winning fiddle player Emma Sweeney & world champion Irish dancer James Keegan. Opening night in St Werburgh's Church will be a performance by Young Orchestral Pops, an inner city orchestra this will be a benefit night to raise funds for the Orchestra. New venue St Michan's plays host to newly commissioned suite of music by Lorcan MacMathuna commemorating The Battle of Clontarf with participation from local schools & community groups.
|Music||The Gathering Traditional Music Festival||750||03/09/2014|
|Description||The Gathering Showcase Traditional Arts, taking place in Kerry, from 19 - 22 February 2014|
|Description||I would plan to see the following Irish shows in Edinburgh: |
Howie the Rookie;
Abbey Theatre's Quietly by Owen McCafferty; These Halcyon Days;
Have I No Mouth
|Dance||Dublin Dance Festival||4,500||03/09/2014|
|Description||Re-Presenting Ireland is a showcase initiative of Culture Ireland, Dance Ireland and Dublin Dance Festival.|
Irish dancers and choreographers in the Re-Presenting Ireland programme:
Croi Glann (Choreographer, Liz Roche); Floating World Productions (Choreographer, Rebecca Reilly); Max.IMEALL Dance Company (Choreographer, Rob Heaslip); Dylan Quinn Dance; Iseli-Chiodi Dance; Liv O'Donoghue; Hylak / Schirmer.
The artists showcasing work in Representing Ireland will perform in DanceHouse, 17th & 18th and 24th and 25th May and on the Peacock Stage at the Abbey Theatre, 17th and 18th May.
Additionally the international delegates have an opportunity to see new work by Irish choreographers:
Jean Butler; Fearghus O Conchuir; CoisCeim Dance Company; Aoife McAtamney.
The 2013 Re-Presenting Ireland programme has been curated by: Madeline Boughton (Culture Ireland) Julia Carruthers (Dublin Dance Festival); Daniel Brine (Cambridge Junction, UK); Gillian Mitchell (The MAC, Belfast) and Pirjetta Mulari (Dance Info, Finland).
|Film||Dublin International Film Festival||2,000||03/09/2014|
|Description||Film Professionals from throughout Europe, UK, USA and from Sri Lanka, Korea, India and Japan.|
In 2013 there will be a specific networking event around European film professionals, to celebrate Ireland and Europe as part of the Presidency celebrations.
|Description||JEZEBEL by Mark Cantan (world premiere, new writing)|
|Dance||Dublin Dance Festival||4,500||08/04/2014|
|Description||Dublin dance Festival programme 2014 (10th Festival). A wide ranging programme of Irish work with the Re-Presenting Ireland mixed bill as a special feature (artists still tbc). Plus other Irish work on show will be:|
Arcane Collective 'RETURN TO ABSENCE'
Emma Martin Dance 'TARTARUS' premiere
Rosemary Lee + Echo Echo 'WITHOUT' Fishamble Moran/Blount 'SWING'
John Scott Dance 'HYPERACTIVE'
Pan Pan/John Scott 'QUAD' lec/dem
ponydance 'PONIES DON'T DANCE'
|Film||Cork Film Festival||2,000||06/11/2013|
|Description||We will screen over 300 films in total from 9 - 17 November as part of our annual film festival. As part of this we will screen 6 programmes of Irish Shorts and 7 Irish Feature Films - in total we will showcase the work of approximately 60 Irish filmmakers.|
|Film||Guth Gafa International Documentary Festival||500||17/05/2013|
|Description||7th Guth Gafa International Documentary Film Festival, Malin Village, Donegal|
16th - 19th May
Programme of International and Irish documentary films
|Film||Galway Film Fleadh Ltd||5,000||26/04/2013|
|Description||The 25th Galway Film Fleadh will take place from 9th-14th July 2013 at the Town Hall Theatre, Galway Omniplex and Cinemobile. The following Irish works will be presented as part of the overall 2013 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