The window for making a Bursary Awards application opens on Tuesday, 22 December 2015. The Deadline the Arts Council’s Bursary Awards is Thursday, 21 January 2016 at 5.30 pm
The Bursary Award is available in the following art forms: Architecture, Dance, Film, Literature (English Language), Music, Theatre and Visual Arts.
The Arts Council provides Bursary Awards in order to assist individual artists in the development of their art practice. The award emphasises the value and benefit to an artist’s development that is derived from a focused period of engagement with their practice. Guidelines for each award are published on the available funding section on the Arts Council‘s website.
Please note: Applications will only be accepted through the Arts Council’s online services website. Applicants who have not previously used this system must register in advance of making an application. It is recommended that applicants allow five working days for registration prior to making an application.
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The Arts Council is offering the following Bursary awards with a deadline of 5.30pm on Thursday 12 July 2012:
The Arts Council provides Bursary awards in order to assist individual artists in the development of their art practice. The award emphasises the value and benefit to an artist’s development that is derived from a focused period of engagement with their practice. The award therefore provides artists with the time and resources to think, research, reflect and engage with their art practice.
Guidelines for each award are published on the available funding
section on our website.
Applicants must register in advance and submit their applications through the Arts Council’s online services website
The Arts Council will hold a number of information clinics to offer advice and information on the awards and the application process.
There will be one information clinic each in Dublin, Cork and Galway at the following dates and times:
Artists from all artform and arts practice areas that are eligible to apply are welcome to attend. No booking required. Each clinic will cover the following topics:
- Using the online services website
- The purpose and priorities of Bursary awards
- Filling out the application form
- Essential supporting material
- The assessment process
- Common mistakes to avoid
- Questions and answers
The Arts Council has announced a new closing date for Round 1 of its 2009 Bursary Awards. This has been brought about by an increase in applications of over 25%. The new closing date is Thursday, 27th November 2008 at 5.30 pm.
It is planned that all applications received prior to the closing date will receive a decision in February 2009. The closing date for Round 2 will be in April 2009.
The aim of the award is to allow artists, working in any context or in any art form, to buy space and freedom to concentrate on a body of work and provide the equipment, facilities and third party expertise to develop practice. Recipients can receive up to a maximum of €15,000 per year through the Bursary award. A number of multi-annual bursaries, which offer artists funding for up to a three-year period, are available each year.
New guidance notes and application forms are available online at c and hard copies will be available at the Arts Council from Monday 10 November.