The council should target funding at deprived areas to redress imbalances – but it’s not, some councillors say.
Tag: arts funding
For Dublin’s Artists, Life Under Lockdown Presents More Uncertainty
“The commitment to art and culture just isn’t there. They’re going to be left quoting Yeats for a long time if they don’t let us make art,” says actor Matthew Malone.
Councillors Question Need to Sell Land to Fund Culture and Recreation Projects
Dublin councillors rejected a proposal from chief executive Owen Keegan to sell bundles of lands. But the plot sales will likely come again before the council, one by one.
The Ranelagh Arts Centre Searches for a New Home
The rent’s up and Ranelagh Arts can’t pay, so it’s out 8 October and hasn’t found a new home yet. This is one more change in a changing neighbourhood, and one more lost arts space in the city.
In Struggle for Funding, IMMA Turns to More Private Benefactors
The museum has announced a €60,000 fund this year for bursaries, exhibitions, and acquisitions. It hopes to more than quadruple that by 2018.