Budget 2020 report 14 Oct 2020; posted by editor - General
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The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD, and Minister of State, Jack Chambers TD, today (October 14) announced details of €1,081,818 gross funding allocated to the Department in Budget 2021, covering a range of robust new funding streams and measures to ensure the survival and recovery of businesses and operations in sectors overseen by the Department.
Establishment of Arts and Culture Recovery Taskforce 10 Sep 2020; posted by editor - General, Arts, Entertainment
A new Taskforce for the recovery of the Arts and Culture sector under the Chair of Clare Duignan has been announced today by Catherine Martin, Minister for Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht .
Irish Musicians Take to The Stage in Philadelphia this August 23 Jul 2020; posted by editor - Entertainment
This August, Philadelphia Folk Festival has, for the first time ever, dedicated a full day of its programme to performances by Irish musicians. Scheduled to run for 12 hours on Saturday 15 August, a stage of the 59th Philadelphia Folk Festival will host 18 of Ireland’s finest music acts with the support of Culture Ireland.
Vitamin C: The positive effect of creativity on wellbeing in older people 16 Jul 2020; posted by editor - General, Arts, Health
A webinar designed to explore the value of the Arts and Creativity in promoting Mental Health & Wellbeing among older people, Tuesday 21st July 2020
The Creative Ireland Programme in association with Healthy Ireland and the HSE Mental Health & Wellbeing Programme have announced a Creative Conversation webinar which will explore how creative activity impacts on the mental wellbeing of older people.
Young people urged to get creative for an online Cruinniú na nÓg 2020 09 Jun 2020; posted by editor - General, Arts, Entertainment
Saturday 13th June 2020 marks Cruinniú na nÓg 2020, Ireland's national day of free creative activities for children and young people under the age of 18, and today (9 June 2020) Josepha Madigan T.D., Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, encouraged young people all over Ireland to get online, get involved and get creative for Cruinniú.