Wexford, Fingal, Dublin City local authorities awarded Arts Council funding

 

Arts Council awards €71K to Wexford, Fingal and Dublin City local authorities to investigate the role of public art in raising climate change and biodiversity awareness along our east coast. The award will be used to support a series of artists residencies and east coastal discussions between artists, communities, curators, biodiversity officers and academic specialists and will build an international exchange with ‘Invisible Dust’ UK. They hope the project will test new models for public art commissioning.

 

 

Pictured l-r: Caroline Cowley, Public Art Coordinator, Fingal County Council; Liz Burns, Arts Officer, Wexford County Councill; Orlaith McBride, Director, Arts Council; Ruairí Ó Cuív, Public Art Manager, Dublin City Council;

Aerial artist Ronan Brady, Fidget Feet Aerial Dance— with Ronan Brady - Anomaly Performance and Ronan Brady at Irish Aerial Creation Centre.

 

 

 

Published 12:31 22-10-201

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