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Arts Council Ireland - Engaging with Architecture Scheme
The purpose of the Engaging with Architecture Scheme is to support ambitious, innovative and creative, high-quality projects e.g. exhibitions, events, festivals and programmes. Its aim is specifically to enhance and extend the public’s experience of, and involvement with, architecture. The scheme is developmental and also seeks to build a network of architects, curators, arts programmers, festivals and arts centres in this area of practice.
There are two strands to the scheme. Funding is available under Strand 1 to support the research and development of a project or idea and, under Strand 2 which is designed to support the delivery of innovative, ambitious and idea-led projects.
Who can apply?
The Engaging with Architecture Scheme is open to individuals, local authorities and organisations.
Organisations in receipt of funding through other Arts Council grant programmes are eligible to apply.
The maximum grant offer available under Strand 1 is €5,000 and, under Strand 2, is €25,000.
Closing date for the Engaging with Architecture Scheme is Thursday, 20 August 2020. For further information visit www.artscouncil.ie.