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June Deadline for Dublin City Public Art Programme

The Dublin City Public Art Programme was launched on 12th April, 2011.  The Programme offers opportunities for artists to engage with the city, making new work that responds to the context of Dublin as the capital of Ireland , international city, and a city of communities and localities.

The intention is to offer opportunities across many art forms, such as architecture, dance, film, literature, music, opera, theatre, verbal arts, and visual art; including all aspects of contemporary arts practice such as performance, live art, multimedia, video art, sound art, etc.

Proposals are sought for Strand 2 – Interaction with the City .

Strand 2 intends to create connections and collaborations between different areas of Dublin City Council’s work as well as interconnections between art, city and the public. The emphasis is on making new work and proposals are invited from artists, curators, creative producers and artistic directors.

A briefing day is taking place on Tuesday May 3rd @ 1.00 p.m, at the LAB,

Foley Street, Dublin 1.

Places are limited so booking is essential.

The closing date for proposals is June 27th June @ 4.00 p.m .

For further information and the brief for Strand 2 see: and for an interview with Ruairí Ó Cuív, Dublin City Council Public Art Manager about the public art programme see  

Selected Programmes:

excel 2016

Mayo County Council's Youth Arts Programme  2016


Bealtaine 2016

Celebrating Creatibity as we Age – May 2016

Bealtaine 2016 cover 


John F. Deane

Mayo County Council Writer in Residence 2015

John F. Deane Mayo County Council Writer in Residence 2015


Culture Night 2016

Countywide programme of cultural events – 16th September

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Culture Night 2016

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