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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    Hide | 31st – 7th of August | Bridge Street Studios

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    Applications Now Open: ESB Brighter Future Arts Fund in partnership with Business to Arts

    The ESB Brighter Future Arts Fund in partnership with Business to Arts will support artists working with partner organisations on creative ideas that will engage the public in a positive way around sustainability and the energy transition. The projects can be in any art form, and the fund is open for applications until 8th September 2021. Through t...
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    IMMA Talks- Workshop Series | ShoutOut & Queer Culture Ireland 

    IMMA Campus Sat 24 July 14.00 – 15.30 Join us for a series of workshops that explores the personal narratives, histories and activism of LGBTQ+ people in Ireland. Facilitated by ShoutOut and Queer Culture Ireland this workshop series draws on their commitment and ethos to improve life for LGBTQ+ people. Facilitators and guests will share...

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