Master's student in DCU. Studying journalism and covering all things art, culture and everything that intersects. Hoping for a creative and bright future for Irish art and a community that supports eachother.
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 Arts Council has released its COVID-19 Guidelines for the Safe presentation of Festivals and Live Events. Fáilte…
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.
The Music & Entertainment Business Assistance Scheme (MEBAS) has extended applications until 1PM, July 21. Applications are open for all those involved in the sector; from DJs and singers to equipment suppliers and stage managers.