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Creative Ireland South Dublin Schools Cultural Award 2022

The Creative Ireland South Dublin Schools Cultural Award 2022 seeks applications from interested schools located in the South Dublin County. This initiative seeks to support primary schools, second level schools and programmes to develop programmes and projects in the disciplines of Drama, Dance and Visual Arts that will enrich arts practice in schools in the county. Awards will be granted in the region of €500 - €2000. The maximum amount of any award is €2000.

 

Applications must be made through https://sdcc.submit.com/.

 

Maebh Butler

Assistant Arts Officer: Early Years, Children and Young People

Arts Office

South Dublin County Council

County Hall, Tallaght, Dublin 24, D24 YNN5

FILM Award 2022

Open Call to Filmmakers to support the development of the county’s Creative Industries in film.

Creative Ireland South Dublin with LEO South Dublin would like to develop talent, creativity, and activity in filmmaking within the South Dublin County Council Administrative Area. €10,000 will be awarded to a filmmaker or film company towards the cost of production of a short film (drama or documentary) of 12 – 15 minutes in duration to be shot in South Dublin County administrative area.

Proposals are invited from film makers who have a developed script which has been seen by a Director and has input from a Producer. The award will be up to a maximum of €10,000 towards the cost of the production. The film must be set and shot in South Dublin County Council Administrative Area.

Online applications can be made through https://submit.link/19r

Closing Date: Friday 28 October 2022

Advancing Creative Communities in South Dublin County

September 2018 saw the launch of South Dublin County’s five year Cultural and Creativity under the Creative Ireland programme. It highlights the potential for: Creative Communities; Sustaining Creativity; Re-imagining Place; Cultural Hubs, Creative Citizens and creative networks and Partnerships.
https://creative.ireland.ie/en/creative-communities/south-dublin

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Individual Artists and Creatives Award 2021

Creative Ireland South Dublin seeks to support artists and creatives with a collaborative practice.

In 2019, the Creative Ireland National Programme began looking at how the cultural and creative sectors could play a greater role in public engagement on climate change. Dublin’s climate is changing, and this poses significant risks and challenges to all of those living in the region. In response to this, South Dublin County Council produced the Climate Change Action Plan 2019-2024 in association with Codema (Dublin’s Energy Agency) and the Dublin Metropolitan Climate Action Regional Office (CARO).

The Creative Ireland South Dublin programme wants to support these initiatives through this award.

The successful proposal will have a developmental aspect for the artist’s creative practice, a community collaborative element to it, and be an innovative project where the culture and creative sectors engage the public on action around climate change. The project will engage with one of the cultural/creative/heritage venues or organisations in the county. Priority will be given to projects completed in 2021. 

Applications are due Tuesday 27th July at 4:00pm.

To apply, please visit https://submit.link/hU

Creative Social Enterprises and Creative Entrepreneurs Award - Call for Applications

https://submit.link/ts

Creative Ireland South Dublin, in partnership with LEO South Dublin, would like to invite applications from Creative Social Enterprises and Creative Entrepreneurs working in the arts and crafts, design, fashion, furniture, glass making, etc.

Awards will be made to proposals that demonstrate the development of business and craft skills for those pursuing a professional career in the sector. 

Film Award 2021 - Call for Applications

https://submit.link/u2

Creative Ireland South Dublin and LEO South Dublin are seeking proposals from film makers who have a developed script which has been seen by a Director and has input from a Producer.  The award will be up to a maximum of €10,000 towards the cost of the production. The film must be set and shot in South Dublin County Council Administrative Area.

Deadline for both awards is Friday 29th October at 5:00pm.

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