See Here 2014 outcome report

Total 14 results.
Art FormApplicant / OrganisationAmount Approved (€)Finance Commited
TheatreIrish Theatre Institute 18,00014/10/2015
DescriptionProgramme of work by Irish production companies and independent theatre artists showing in the Tiger Dublin Fringe (12/13 Sept) and Dublin Theatre Festival (3/4 Oct).
DanceDance Ireland 5,50019/03/2015
DescriptionNot known at this time.

A Open Call will be issued from 03 December 2014, closing date 09 January 2015
MusicTraders in the Area Supporting the Cultural Quarter4,50019/01/2015
DescriptionTemple Bar Company presents TradFest Temple Bar 2015

Wednesday 28 January to Sunday 1 February 2015

TradFest is located in a variety of venues both in Temple Bar and Dublin city Centre
MusicImprovised Music Company4,00019/01/2015
Description12 Points Festival, Improvised Music Company's award winning showcase for young European Jazz ensembles, now in its 9th year, will be held at Project Arts Centre Dublin, 15th-18th April 2015, following a successful edition in Umeå, Sweden in 2014. The festival aims to create a unique networking opportunity for EU participants & Irish musicians, particularly so in the years when it’s presented in Dublin.
DanceDublin Dance Festival5,50009/01/2015
DescriptionRe-Presenting Ireland is a showcase initiative of Culture Ireland, Dance Ireland and Dublin Dance Festival. Re-presenting Ireland will take place on Fri/Sat 22/23 May and Fri/Sat 29/30 May. Artists are to be selected in a panel meeting in January, 2015. In addition to the 4x15 min. showcase, artists are invited to participate in a round table discussion with international promoters.

Additionally in 2015, the international delegates have an opportunity to see a landmark new work by Liz Roche, co produced between Dublin Dance Festival and The Abbey Theatre which will be presented on the Abbey Stage 25-27 May. Emma Martin will also present a ‘work in progress’.
Visual ArtClaire Power 3,50009/01/2015
DescriptionVisual Arts Focus will be a reciprocal exchange of six professional curators between Ireland and Belgium over four days in 2015 (2-6th June 2015; 18th - 21st November 2015).

In partnership with BAM (the Flemish Institute for Visual Art, Audiovisual and Media Art), the Irish Museum of Modern Art and Culture Ireland, as potential partners, this exchange will work with up to 12 professional curators / artistic directors from Ireland and Belgium. The curators / directors will have significant expertise in their areas with a capacity for international programming and exhibitions in established galleries, museums and cultural venues.

Proposal is initiated and coordinated by Claire Power, currently, working as a cultural consultant between Belgium and Ireland, in conversation with core partners. The funding allocation will be managed by the Irish Museum of Modern Art.

The first stage will happen from 2-6th June 2015 with the visual arts focus trip to Dublin (2 days) and Cork (one day). This time-frame overlaps with the opening of a major Stan Douglas (Canada) exhibition at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, which will provide a dynamic programming highlight and a significant pooling of the art scene during the groups time in Ireland.

There are three strategies (described underneath) for engagement to ensure high-quality visual arts productions and exhibitions will be available for international / Belgian curators. The purpose of the Visual Arts Focus programme is to create opportunities for international presentation and new international co-productions for Irish artists and galleries /museums / institutions in 2016 and beyond.

(1.) Direct invitation
In Ireland, the selection of the six Irish curators / directors is made on the basis of these criteria:
professional senior curators or directors
capacity for international programming
range of scale of venues
Dublin and one county focus (Cork)

The six galleries / museums / institutions invited or participating are:
IMMA - Irish Museum of Modern Art (National Cultural Institution - Cork)
Crawford Art Gallery (National Cultural Institution - Cork)
RHA Gallery (Dublin)
Temple Bar Gallery + Studios (TBG+S) (Dublin)
Dublin City Council: The Lab (Dublin)
Glucksman Gallery (Cork)

The programme of work available to be seen by each of these institutions will be confirmed in January 2015 upon annual funding news. However, a sample of early indication shows are:

Irish Museum of Modern Art / Stan Douglas / solo exhibition / opening early June
Temple Bar Gallery + Studios / Aoibheann Grenan / Rivertrance/ solo exhibition by Irish artist /
Crawford Art Gallery / exhibition of 20th century prints including works by Picasso, Chagall, Miro, Calder, Scott, Freud, Bacon etc. / 
along with exhibitions of selected works from the permanent collection and / 
exhibition composed mainly of post-war British art, celebrating the collector Alice Schwab, who emigrated from Germany to Britain in the early 1930’s

(2.) Studio Visits
In Dublin, there will be one full afternoon (1pm - 6pm) for professional curators to meet with artists and these will be individually based and set-up in advance based on in-depth conversation with the curators’ and matching of their interests. This work will be facilitated by Claire Power, working between the curators in Belgium and artists in Ireland and the Irish Museum of Modern.

In Cork, there will be a series of meetings between artists and curators in the form of artists clinics at the National Sculpture Factory.

(3.) Gallery visits and networking events (described in final section re plans to see other work)

A full and final programme will be sent to Culture Ireland in April 2015.
MusicFirst Music Contact10,45014/10/2014
Description100 of Irelands best emerging music acts showcasing to a national and international audience and industry
FilmCork International Film Festival2,00014/10/2014
DescriptionIn 2014 Cork Film Festival (CFF) will present an expanded programme of Irish Cinema. With the support of the Irish Film Board, CFF will present approximately 15 new Irish feature length films, 5 of which will be documentary features. In addition to this CFF will present 50 Irish short films and 2 Irish cine-concerts (showcasing Irish musicians and/or filmmakers).

The programme is under development at the time of writing, and so the films cannot be listed in this document. The list of Irish work can be supplied in a supplementary document in mid-September.

Each of the 15 feature films will have one of the 50 shorts playing as a ‘curtain raiser’, meaning that ‘50 shorts’ becomes ‘65’, considerably raising their viewership. Additionally:
An Irish short will play before the Opening Night Gala film to an approx. audience of 925.
There will be two programmes in the "Ideas" section of the programme that will have four Irish short films attached to each programme. The "Ideas" strand of programing is where films are used to engender debates and discussions about the issues contained within and create a participatory forum for the audience.
Five Irish shorts will play in the Screen Director’s Guild showcase, as well as in the competition programmes.
Eight Irish shorts will play in the ‘short film at nine o’clock’ new initiative in Cork venue “Deep South” and other pubs and social venues around the city.
All Irish features and shorts will be programmed so as not to clash with each other, ensuring maximum visibility for both audiences and the proposed visiting international programmers.
The visiting programmers will be provided with a schedule of Irish screenings and venues daily, and where attendance is not possible for the visiting programmers alternate screenings of the Irish work will be arranged.
Within the proposed visiting group, four are programming representatives from international Irish Film Festivals; these four programmers will form a selection jury to award a special award for Best Achievement in Irish Cinema at the 59th Cork Film Festival which will be announced at the Awards Ceremony.
The visiting programmers will be guests of honour at the Incubate networking event. Incubate is a day long talent development session for emerging filmmakers. The visitor’s presence at this event further augments international exposure to Irish work and talent.
These events will occur throughout the festival which runs 7th-16th November 2014, the primary venues being The Cork Opera House, The Gate Cinema and Triskel Christchurch.
MusicDavid Reid (Choice Music Prize)2,00014/10/2014
DescriptionThe Choice Music Prize Live Event will be held on Thurs March 5th 2015 at Vicar St. Dublin. This event will provide a snapshot/showcase of the strength of the domestic music scene.
TheatreIrish Theatre Institute 25,70003/09/2014
DescriptionInternational guests are invited to attend the International Theatre Exchange from 3rd to 5th October to meet with Irish companies/ artists and see their work in a pitching session, 'in developments' and in the official Dublin Theatre Festival programme.
DanceMaiden Voyage (NI) Ltd80003/09/2014
DescriptionMaiden Voyage Dance presents "Quartet for 15 Chairs" in Belfast Children's Festival:
Venue: The MAC, Belfast
Dates: 12 & 13 March 2014
Presenters will see other works in the TYA (Theatre for Young Audiences) Showcase during the Belfast Children's Festival from across Ireland North & South, including:
Banyan Theatre Company, Barnstorm Theatre, Cahoots NI, Replay Theatre Company, works in progress from Pop-Up Art productions, Jude Quinn & Eleesha Drennan, as well as a selection of visual arts from Irish Artists.
DanceDance Ireland 3,57301/09/2014
DescriptionMade in Dublin is a curated Dance Ireland season of new dance works nurtured and developed in DanceHouse by national and international artist from over the past 6 years, marking Dance Ireland 21. Made in Dublin is also part of the cultural programme marking Ireland's Presidency of the EU.

Dates: 28 January to 2 February

Venues: Peacock Theatre, Project Arts Centre (Cube and Space Upstairs), DanceHouse and Meeting House Square

Irish and Irish resident dance artists featured in the programme are
Liz Roche Company (Body and Forgetting),
Liv O'Donoghue (Hear Me Sing Your Song), John Scott Dance (Actions),
Elena Giannotti (The Look of the Dog), Aoife McAtamney (Softer Swells),
Philip Connaughton (Mortuus Est Philippus).

In addition, dance films by CoisCeim, John Scott Dance and Sibeal Davitt will also be screened (Meeting House Square) and a new commissioned dance film work from Mary Wycherley (Frames and Fragments) will be screened in DanceHouse.
MultidisciplinaryBaboró International Arts Festival for Children1,00028/08/2014
DescriptionMultiple Companies - by chronological age of audience
Irish Performances:
Kidding Ensemble | Sweet Hands Spicy Feet | Ages 0 to 3 years
Gentle immersive music and theatre piece for very young children and their guardians
9 performances at Town Hall Studio | October 16th to 18th

Branar Téater do Pháistí | The Way Back Home | Ages 4 to 8 years
Adaptation of the Oliver Jeffers book of the same title. Beautiful puppetry and original music, a co-production with Teater Refleksion (Denmark) and Branar (Ireland). Produced in association with Baboró
8 performances at Black Box Theatre | October 16th to 19th

Fidget Feet | The Elves and the Shoemaker | Ages 4 to 8 years
Promenade / Aerial Dance Theatre retelling of the old fairy tale, presented in an unique way by Fidget Feet
6 performances at Black Box Theatre | October 13th to 15th

Theatre Lovett | Mr Foley, The Radio Operator | Ages 6+
Return to Baboró for this innovative company, with the story of Mr Foley, using Foley Artist soundtrack to explore his past life.
6 performances at An Taibhdhearc | October 13th to 15th

The Gombeens | Stories of a Yellow Town | Ages 10+
Iconic Galway company with a comic, sad story of their time in Gort, gathering stories from the old and new communities as they find ways of living in harmony.
6 performances at Nuns Island Theatre | October 13th to 15th

Baboró on Tour
Your Man's Puppets | Musical Menagerie | Ages 6+
tommy Baker and Boris Hunka present participatory musical show for young children
4 performances at The Mall Theatre, Tuam | October 16th and 17th

International Performances:
4 International companies from
England | Architects of Air | Amococo | Inflatable Art at the Spanish Arch for 9 days | Ages All
The Netherlands | de Stilte | Flying Cow | Dance | Ages 4 to 8 years
Scotland | Shona Reppe | The Curious Scrapbook of Josephine Bean | Theatre | Ages 7+
USA | Experiential Theater Company | The Odyssey Experience | Immersive Theatre | Ages 8+
Australia | Slingsby | The Tragical Story of Cheeseboy | Theatre | Ages 10+

In Addition, we will present:
Talking About.... Training for Theatre in Ireland | Discussion on available training and the training landscape in Ireland today - Speakers Professor Patrick Lonergan, NUI Galway and Lochlann Deegan, The Lir Academy at Trinity, Dublin

Spotlight On.... Shone Reppe | Interview with iconic, multi-award winning Scottish puppeteer

Visual Arts Exhibitions at KBC Bank and at Ard Bia at Nimmo's

Workshops for Teachers, Children with Special Needs, Schools and Families

Artist and Delegate Evenings - 2 informal networking opportunities for our Irish and international delegates to meet
the Irish and international performing artists and make valuable connections

Theatre for Young Audiences will also host its annual meeting in Galway on October 17th, with over 30 members expected to descend on the city for 2 days - these members will be offered Delegate Packages and many will attend the Artist and Delegate Evening on Thursday 16th, before spending Friday 17th attending shows and discussions. Their membership includes individual artists, companies and multiple venues and festivals across Ireland and Northern Ireland
FilmJameson Dublin International Film Festival1,50020/02/2014
DescriptionJameson Dublin International Film Festival
2014 Film Programmers Panel & Networking Event as part of the industry events. This will be aimed at linking to film programmers in Ireland in festivals and Arts Centres. It will open relationships between Irish festivals and venues and the international programmers.