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Monday 9th, March, 2015

South Dublin County Council Arts Grants and Bursary Awards 2015

South Dublin County Council Arts Grants and Bursary Awards 2015

We are delighted to announce that applications are now invited for the South Dublin County Council Arts Bursary Awards 2015.

Application forms, are available to download from our website at http://www.sdcc.ie/services/parks-recreation/arts under the ‘Arts Grants and Bursary Awards’ section.
These grants and awards are only open to those living in or working in the South Dublin County Council administrative area. South Dublin County Council administrative area includes Rathfarnham, Tallaght, Clondalkin, Lucan, and the rural areas of Saggart, Rathcoole, Newcastle and Brittas.

South Dublin County Council may ask for further information in support of an application; however, responsibility for submitting all requested information rests with the applicant, and applications will be deemed ineligible if applications are not completed correctly and in full. Closing Date for All Applications is 2nd April 2015 at 1pm

1.) Bursaries for Individual Artists 2015

South Dublin County Council supports individual artists in all disciplines, through this Award, to pursue a particular project or to further enhance their careers within the arts. Applications are encouraged from artists engaging with challenging forms and concepts in their practice. Proposals should endeavour to be developmental in the context of the artist’s work/medium. The maximum award is €2500. The awards are made by a multidisciplinary selection panel.

2.) Annette Halpin Memorial Music Award 2015

This award is available for young musicians/composers/singers (up to 25 years of age) in South Dublin County, to support music education, development and performance. This might include but is not confined to master classes, purchase of instruments, recording, or travel. The maximum award is €1000. This award is supported by South Dublin County Council, The Halpin Family and Music Generation South Dublin.

3.) Young Artist Development Award 2015

This award is designed to support the practice and/or career development of young artists aged 18 – 25 in any form, other than music. This might include the purchase of specialised equipment, materials to create new work, travel to arts events, participation in master classes, fund the exhibition or performance of new work and research for the making of new work. The maximum award is €1000.

Applications are also invited for South Dublin County Council Arts Grant Scheme for Amateur Voluntary and Community Groups.

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