Theatremaker.ie spoke with Tilly Taylor and Emma Coen, along with co-founder Lynette Moran of Field: Arts about some of the problems facing artists and how Field: Arts aims to help in the development of Irish independent creatives.
The Minister for Finance, Paschal Donoghue, announced last week that the government will press ahead in their plans for reducing the Pandemic Unemployment Payment.As the public health emergency begins to improve, this can hardly come as a surprise. Even less so considering the government has been aiming for PUP reductions since the lockdowns began.
The scheme, beginning this month, will take place across the Republic with a wide range of outdoor events to attend. Public or open spaces in towns and communities will be used to showcase Ireland’s creative network, with the initiative ending in April next year.
Mark Prendergast attended the James Vincent McMorrow concert at the Iveagh Gardens yesterday. The Kodaline guitarist told Theatermaker.ie…
Applications for Weft Studio were opened Wednesday for Black artists and artists of colour who wish to make their own work on their own terms.
The National Gallery of Ireland along with dozens of museums, galleries, libraries, and cultural organisations all over Ireland gets together to encourage people to draw.
The Abbey Theatre announced the 14 recipients of the Commemoration Bursaries which are named in honour of those who lost their lives on Bloody Sunday in 1920. The bursary is awarded to artists to fund new work inspired by the events of the civil war period, according to the Abbey.