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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    The Carlingford Heritage Centre is hosting a week long inclusive Art Reach exhibition at the Heritage Centre in May, see attached poster for further details. So far, Educational Institutes via student/staff submissions, and charitable organisations have kindly agreed to collaborate with the Art Festival, and we would like to extend the invite to al...
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    The Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht’s new bursary scheme named the Markievicz Award will open on Tuesday 26 March 2019 and will close at 17:30 on Thursday 25 April 2019. http://www.artscouncil.ie/Funds/Markievicz-award/ Maximum Awarded: €20,000 In November 2018 Minister Josepha Madigan announced the awards to commemorate the role ...
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    Poetry Ireland News

    Poetry Ireland Events – 6 February 2019 View Web Version Spring has sprung in the poetry world and the books are blooming. Renowned and celebrated poet Harry Clifton is launching his newest poetry collection Herod’s Dispensations on Tuesday 26 March, 6pm, at Hodges Figgis. Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Ireland Professor of Poetry, will be giv...

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