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 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.
Artists’ experiences of pay and contractual arrangements are included in the survey to develop the Arts Council’s Paying the Artist policy and revise and update the Implementation Plan.
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.
Applications for round one of the Arts and Disability Connect (ADC) 2021 scheme opened last week and will…
In these times of dissipating economies and coalition governments, you may find yourself tempted to grab a book, a paintbrush or for that matter listen to classical music. In a world without art, which might soon be, what would provide respite to regrets and reforms?
With lack of competition in the Irish insurance market and the subsequent withdrawal of Leisure Insure, ISACS has been deduced to living on borrowed time until they have access to an underwriter.