Arts and Disability Ireland

Talks and Readings

Arts and Disability Connect – Funding Scheme for Artists

Dates: 06 Feb - 06 Feb

Show Time: 2pm

Tickets: €Free, email amie@adiarts.ie to reserve a spot

Join Amie Lawless as she talks through how the scheme works and take the opportunity to ask any questions over tea and coffee. This year we will host information sessions in Cork, Carlow, Navan and Dublin.

Please email amie@adiarts.ie if you would like to attend this information session in Dublin. Project Arts Centre is accessible to wheelchair users. Let us know if you have any additional access requirements.

Arts and Disability Connect is a funding scheme specifically targeted at individual artists with disabilities. Arts and Disability Connect includes New Work, Mentoring and Training awards.

Application forms and guidelines for Arts and Disability Connect 2020 will be available to download from Monday 13 January at www.adiarts.ie/connect

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Arts and Disability Connect is Funded by the Arts Council and managed by  Arts & Disability Ireland.

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