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    Youth Arts News

    Update from the Youth Arts Programme Youth Arts Advocacy Programme Now Open for Applications NYCI Youth Arts Advocacy Project for Young People Now Open for Applications! Is there a burning youth arts issue in your community (you need a new home for your group, you’d like to be able to welcome more new members –...
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    Irish World Academy

    Autumn 2016 31st October – 6th November Special Event – Connections in Motion: Dance in Irish and German Literature, Film and Culture – 16th International Conference in Irish-German Studies Monday October 31st and Tuesday November 1st Theatre 1, 10am to 6pm The 16th International Conference in Irish-German Studies looks at Irish-German ...
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    Music Network Concerts Newsletter

    Dear Friend, The final tour of our Autumn season takes place this month with two dazzling virtuosi Anneleen Lenaerts, Principal Harpist of the Vienna Philharmonic and rising star Dionysis Grammenos on clarinet. The duo will perform works from the Romantic era by Schumann, Schubert, Smetana, Verdi and a new commission by Anne-Marie O’Farrell. ...
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    Children’s Books Ireland

    CBI conference approaches! Its that time of year again! The calendar turns to the last month of summer and the back-to-school signs are in every shop, that must mean that the CBI conference is coming up! This year we’re back at Light House cinema on 17th & 18th September, keep reading for more on this...
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    The Journal Of Music Newsletter

    What are the Parties Promising for Music? View this email in your browser This Week on the Journal of Music UK Election: Which Political Party Should Get the Music Vote? The Journal of Music looks at what the parties are promising for music and the arts. Recent Articles Music in the Wake of Manchester The...
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    Arts Council Newsletter

    Welcome to the January edition of our Newsletter The arts are off to a great start this year, with our ‘Places Matter’ conference in Dublin Castle on Thursday (12 January).   This is the first in a biennial series being held under the auspices of the Arts Council and Local Government agreement, A Framework for Collaboration....
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    Poetry Ireland News

    On Thursday we’re looking forward to Fíochán Filí in Galway, part of An Lab’s series of six poetry readings featuring acclaimed Irish-language poets. At Poetry Ireland, American poet Teri Ellen Cross Davis & Irish poet Jane Clarke will reunite for what promises to be a very special evening, and we’ve also got news on a collabo...
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    Create – Opportunities & Events – Sept/Oct 2016

    OPPORTUNITIES & EVENTS – Sept/Oct 2016 Resort Residency 2016, as part of Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme. Image: Salt, Selina Thompson (2015). Photo: Richard Davenport.   OPPORTUNITIES Head of Festivals and Events, Arts Council Category: Part-time Deadline: 21 Sept Web: www.osborne.ie Osborne Recruitment are offering a signi...
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    Creative Spark Newsletter

    June news and update from Creative Spark, Centre for Creativity & Innovation View this email in your browser Creative Spark Meeting Rooms Virtual Tour How to Write a Successful Press Release Kate Ryan, food writer and events organiser, will be running a series of workshops over the summer to share her advice on writing a...
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    Youth Theatre Ireland Newsletter

    JUNE 2017 ISSUE NO. 236 In this Issue LATEST YOUTH THEATRE IRELAND NEWS » YOUTH THEATRE NEWS » FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES AND MORE » TRAINING AND OTHER OPPORTUNITIES» International » Welcome to June’s Intermission. We are gearing up for a BIG youth theatre summer with the National Youth Theatre and the National Festival of Youth Theatres....
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