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When advertising and promoting opportunities for new commissions it is recommended to link into relevant artform resource agencies and professional associations and networks. This is the most efficient and cost effective way of reaching the artistic sector. 

Many of these organisations will have extensive mailing lists and disseminate information through e-bulletins. Some resource agencies, such as Visual Artists Ireland, Theatre Forum and Dance Ireland are membership organisations and will act in support of their membership. 

It is advisable to give a good lead-in time for advertising - allowing plenty of time before deadline submission dates. A minimum of six weeks is always recommended.

There is a great range of knowledge and information on best practice available on artists' resource agencies. See their websites below.

Contemporary Music Centre: Ireland's national archive and resource centre for new music

CREATE: The national development agency for collaborative arts

Dance Ireland: The representative body for professional dance in Ireland

Film Base: Non-for-profit resource centre for filmmakers

National Sculpture Factory: National resource organisation for visual artists

Poetry Ireland: National organisation dedicated to developing, supporting and promoting poetry throughout Ireland

Theatre Forum: The voice of professional theatre and the performing arts in Ireland

Visual Arts Ireland: National organisation for professional visual artists.

Visit our links section for a more extensive range of organisations and agencies

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Per cent for art commisison | Cuan an Chláir Ennis.

26 February 2020

Concern for an ageing population and the vulnerability of the elderly in Ennis was the prime driver behind the formation of Cuan an Chláir. In 2015...More..

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Nazareth Housing Association provides independent living houses for individuals and couples who are 65 and over and on the Sligo County Council housing list.  Nazareth Village is comprised of 48 houses in a garden setting.  The Village was financed as a public-private partnership between Nazareth Housing Association and Sligo County Council with funding from the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government.  

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