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    News / Trinity College Dublin: French Visiting Translator Fellowship (Ireland)

    The Trinity Centre for Literary and Cultural Translation at Trinity College Dublin, the French Embassy in Ireland and Alliance Française Dublin seek applications from French literary translators for a residential translator fellowship to take place October-November 2021 in Dublin. These fellowships are awarded to practising literary translators who are working on the translation of a work of literature by an Irish author into French.

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    News / Cúirt International Literature Festival: Common Currency Writer in Residence (Ireland)

    Cúirt International Literature Festival, English PEN and Irish PEN/ PEN na hÉireann are working together to provide an opportunity for a writer from the MENA region resident in Ireland to be the Common Currency Writer in Residence during the 2021 Cúirt International Literature Festival in Galway from 21-25 April 2021. Applications are welcomed from writers whose first language is not English including Refugees and asylum seekers, although please note that your submission will be assessed in English.

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    News / Light Moves Festival of Screendance: ‘Open Futures’ Residency for Dance and the Digital Arts (Ireland)

    Organised by Ireland’s Light Moves Festival, Open Futures 2021 will enable 8 artists, consisting of 4 collaborating pairs, from the fields of dance and the digital arts, to investigate and explore the potential for interdisciplinary exchange that encompasses practices for the stage, gallery, installation, and outdoor settings. Artists from around the world can apply as individuals or duos. Selected artists will undertake two weeks of creative residency (28 June – 3 July 2021 and 27 September – 2 October 2021) in Limerick, Ireland. One pair will be selected to receive a further development grant.

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    News / Dublin Dance Festival: Artistic Director (Ireland)

    Dublin Dance Festival (DDF) brings diverse artists, audiences and communities together to create and share exceptional dance experiences. DDF are currently seeking an Artistic Director who will co-lead the organisation, setting DDF’s strategic direction alongside the Executive Producer and Board of Directors. The successful candidate will have the expertise to drive DDF’s influence internationally and to positively impact the landscape of dance in Ireland.

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    News / Artlink > Artist in Residence Programme for Visual Artists (Ireland)

    Artlink’s artist-in-residence scheme at Fort Dunree, Ireland is open to professional visual artists working in any discipline including but not limited to: sculpture, photography, painting, installation, and video. Residencies will take place from March till December 2021, and last for four weeks (this can be split into two or more visits).

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    News / Island Connect > Performing Arts Residency Programme (Denmark, Croatia, Ireland, Greece, Spain)

    Island Connect will facilitate 2 two-week fully-funded residencies for 8 artistic companies in the calm surroundings of island residencies in Denmark, Croatia, Ireland, Greece or Spain – the Balearic Islands. Residencies will take place throughout 2021. Applications are open to artists and companies (max 3 people) from Denmark, Croatia, Ireland, Greece or the Balearic Islands.

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  • News / Pembrokeshire County Council > Tender for Public Art Pieces under the Ancient Connections Project (Ireland / UK)
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  • News / Ormston House > River Residencies Open Call (Ireland)
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    Funding Guides / Mobility Funding Guide to Ireland
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  • News / IETM: Travel Grants for IETM Members to Attend Satellite Galway 2020

    IETM – International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts offers a limited number of travel grants to its members to provide financial assistance for their participation in IETM meetings. The next meeting is scheduled to take place 13-16 June 2020 in Galway, Ireland. Only IETM members can apply. Deadline: 5 April 2020.

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  • News / BUZZ Network > Leaders Lab for Youth Theatre Leaders

    The BUZZ Network, an EU project aiming at cross-pollinating youth theatre practice, is looking for 14 emerging youth theatre leaders from all across Europe to take part in the first BUZZ Network Leaders’ Lab, ‘Professionalising Your Practice’, which will be held in Dublin, Ireland from 10-14 June, hosted by Youth Theatre Ireland. Participants will come with an idea for a project that they wish to develop further. Places are available for applicants from European Union countries and Norway. Deadline: 27 March 2020.

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  • News / UCD College of Social Sciences and Law > Artist in Residence 2020/2021

    University College Dublin is inviting expressions of interest from professional artists for a one-year residency supported by the College of Social Sciences and Law. The artist will engage with four key themes: Creating a Sustainable Global Society, Transforming Through Digital Technology, Building a Healthy World, and Empowering Humanity. The programme is open to international applicants. Deadline: 22 March 2020.

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  • News / The Glucksman > Nicholas Fox Weber Curatorial Residencies

    The Glucksman – a multiform art space connected to University College Cork – is inviting applications for curatorial residencies that will take place in September 2020 and June 2021 in Cork, Ireland. They are aimed at curators who have little or no experience of the Irish art scene and who wish to develop their knowledge of Irish art in the context of their current research and curatorial practice. Deadline: 28 February 2020.

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