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Basic Income for the Arts
Notification on the outcome of applications was emailed to applicants on the morning of 8th September.
Streaming 2.0 – Mapping the Evolving Global Streaming Landscape
This course is suitable for Writers, Producers and Directors who wish to deepen their understanding of the current US Television and Global Streaming Landscape
Artists Care Exchange (Ace)
Age & Opportunity is seeking applications from professional artists with an interest and background in the arts and older people in a care context.
Women Writing for the Screen: Strategizing for our Future
Women Writing for the Screen: Strategizing for our Future was a joint event from WGI and WFT sponsored by the BAI, which took place on 7th May 2022 at the Museum of Literature Ireland in Dublin.
ScreenCraft Works International Mentoring Scheme
Empowering marginalised production and post-production talent to work well remotely and internationally.
Screen Ireland Publishes New Sustainability Plan for the Screen Industry Outlining Sustainability and Inclusion Ambitions
Plan outlines agency’s ambitions to help work towards lowering the carbon footprint of Ireland’s screen industry.
Sound & Vision 4 Broadcasting Funding Scheme
48 radio projects and 26 TV projects have been successful.
A Landmark Moment
Catherine Martin delivered on a Basic Income Scheme For Artists. Hooray!
Bealtaine Festival, Fingal County Council and Tyrone Guthrie Centre Residency Award 2022
These residences aim to celebrate and support older artists at all stages of their careers working in literature and visual arts
Industry Briefing from VMTV
You are invited to an industry briefing to announce details of two short schemes
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