South Dublin County Council is committed to ensuring access to key policy and research documents, evaluations, reports and toolkits that have been made available through programmes developed and supported by the Arts Office. These resources are also essential to groups or individuals looking to advocate for the arts within their own communities.
Browsing though our listing, you will find:
- Policy documents that identify areas for development in the arts in the county
- Research publications that offer detailed findings on themes related to arts policy
- Resources including lesson plans and toolkits that can be utilised by youth workers, second-level teachers and other practitioners.
- Evaluation reports regarding a number of projects throughout the County in an aim to promote sharing and learning of practice.
|Ag Obair i cGomhthéacsanna Idirchultúrtha - Treoir d’Oifigí Ealaíon Údarás Áitiúil agus do Sholáthróirí Cultúir |
Working In Intercultural Contexts - Guide for Local Authorities and Cultural Providers
|Policy: South Dublin County Arts Development Strategy 2016-2020|
Straitéis Forbartha Ealaíon 2016-2020
|Research: Research report into the practices of Professional Artists from Immigrant, New Communities and Traveller Backgrounds|
Resources: Creative Approaches for Learning 2012 Lesson Plans
Resources: Creative Approaches for Learning 2011 Lesson Plans
Resources: Creative Approaches for Learning 2010 Lesson Plans
Resources: Creative Approaches for Learning 2009 Lesson Plans
Dance-Art-Design Lesson Plan
Resources: Listen to NOISE Toolkit 2009
Steps for engaging young people in critical and creative thinking about issues important to them. Aimed at youth workers, the toolkit presents practical, hands-on and creative activities geared toward using song lyrics, writing and poster design to explore issues related to health, community, the environment and society. For a copy of the toolkit, please email the Youth Arts Coordinator at email@example.com.
Resources: Scribble Skills Toolkit 2010
A toolkit, available here, has been put together by these organisations to assist in the development of public art projects with young people.
Scribble Skills Toolkit
Evaluation: Fun with Film 2012
Fun with Film 2012 Report
Evaluation: Wonderland--in two parts 2012
Wonderland 2011--the performance TCS Wonderland Report-2011
Evaluation: Review of NOISE Flicks 2009 - 2011
NOISE Flicks 2009-11 Evaluation Final
Evaluation: APT Visual Arts Project 2011
Inter-generational visual arts projects in the County.
Evaluation: Creative Approaches for Learning 2009 - 2010
Evaluation: Drawn Together 2011
Graphic Novel Project Evaluation
Evaluation: Treading Water 2011
Treading Water Final Report
Evaluation: Firhouse Community College TY Video Production Module 2010 - 2011
Firhouse Social Inclusion Film Project Eval-May 2011
Evaluation: In Your Shoes 2010
Evaluation: Coláiste Bríde Home Away from Home: Home exhibition and establishing the Green Gallery, January – May 2010
Evaluation: Tallaght Young Filmmakers
The Phase 1 report is available upon request. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tallaght Young Filmmakers-Phase 2- June 2010
Evaluation: CLICK-CLICK 2010
Evaluation: Jobstown Youth Arts Project, 2009
Jobstown Youth Arts Project-No Appendices
Appendices for this evaluation are available upon request. Please email email@example.com