Mark Prendergast attended the James Vincent McMorrow concert at the Iveagh Gardens yesterday. The Kodaline guitarist told Theatermaker.ie…
A number of pilot sporting and cultural events are set to take place in June and early July to test the logistical requirements for further reopening.
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.
Art sector workers are now safe to return to studios, rehearsal rooms, or art centers to prepare for work under Covid-19 guidelines.
Last month, the UK Government announced their roadmap for the first half of 2021, culminating in all social distancing restrictions being lifted on June 21st.
'It is now 'make or break' time. Urgent and unprecedented intervention from the Government is required to support tourism businesses '
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.
A sector that provided strength and solidarity during the lockdown is now fighting for its survival. 35,000 staff of the events industry were left with little or no means of livelihood.