The Arts Service works towards a society which values the arts, and recognises their positive contribution to individuals and communities. By supporting those who create art, the quality of life and the richness of cultures in Louth will be enhanced.


Louth County Council are committed to developing arts services which strengthen, and give voice to the stories and experiences of every corner of Louth.

The Arts Service works across five main areas –
Developmental and Community Arts,  Programming , Funding and Partnership, Planning, Information and Advice.
Find out more here.

There is a wide range of arts venues you can visit in Louth. Find out more information on our venue section here.

Tasice Lú has been created to allow electronic access to the collections, which are dispersed across a range of offices and venues in County Louth.

Don't miss out on upcoming arts and music events and opportunities. We update our listings daily.

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    Damien Czerwonka, Abigail Byrne, Hannah Davis and Fyodor Strigoun, students from St. Agnes’ Community Centre for Music and Arts (former Music Capital Scheme awardee). Music Capital Scheme Music Network recently welcomed the announcement by Josepha Madigan TD, Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, confirming funding of €245,500 for...
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    New classes available for Strings, Singing and Pick Up and Play: Pop/Rock Bands – BOOK NOW

    Music Generation Louth Launch exciting new classes! Introducing Strings class is a fun and affordable beginner group class providing opportunities to learn both upper strings (violin/viola) and lower Strings (cello and double bass). Instruments are available for students to use at each class. For anyone who wants to learn to sing or improve their t...
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    RHA 188th Annual Exhibition – Applications Now Open

    Applications are now open for Ireland’s oldest and largest open submission exhibition, the 188th RHA Annual Exhibition. Open to all artists working in paint, drawing, print, sculpture, photography and architecture, the RHA Annual attracts a large public and critical audience. With sales in excess of €480,000 in 2017, the Annual is also a key event ...

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