Arts Council opportunities: Film Artist in Residence at UCC 2023, ilDÁNA & more
Published date: 27 Sep 2022
Applications are now open to film artists for the following awards
Film Artist in Residence at UCC in 2023
The Arts Council and University College Cork invite applications from film artists of distinction for the role of Film Artist in Residence at UCC for the calendar year 2023.
The Film Artist in Residence, based in the School of Film, Music and Theatre, is designed to provide a film artist with a unique opportunity to develop their practice in a university environment while offering students of film and screen media the opportunity to engage with a practising artist in a meaningful way during the course of their studies.
Applications should be sent to [email protected] by 5.30pm Thursday 13th October. Applications will be accepted by email only. Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.
More information on Film Artist in Residence at UCC 2023 is available on The Arts Council’s website here
Art 2023 – Participation Award
In response to the final phase of the Decade of Centenaries Programme 2012-2023, the Arts Council is working in partnership with the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media to support the creation of a national programme, Art 2023.
This award is for professional artists and arts organisations to collaborate with communities across Ireland to create ambitious works of impact.
Maximum awarded: €150,000
Deadline: 17:30, Thursday 13 October 2022
More information on Art 2023 – Participation Award are available on The Arts Council’s website here
TG4 and the Arts Council are delighted to announce a new season of ilDÁNA 2022/2023 with increased funding.
ilDÁNA is designed to enhance the TG4 schedule by supporting the making of ambitious and cinematic long-form documentaries on the arts in Irish. This year we wish to fund the making of two feature-length landmark documentary films, each with a budget of up to €135,000. It is our intention that one of the two documentaries will give expression to inclusivity and diversity in the arts and actively involve new and under-represented voices.
While we welcome proposals about any art form or arts practice area, we wish to encourage applications that explore architecture, theatre, street art and other art forms which are not regularly the subject of arts documentaries in Irish.
Applications must be made using the TG4 online application system no later than 5pm Friday 14th October
More information on ilDÁNA 2022/2023 is available on The Arts Council’s website here
Cybernate Digital Arts Research Residency on Public Spaces
Cybernate is the first Digital Arts Research Residency developed between Ireland and France. The aim of the research residency is to develop a project idea in Digital Arts for public space and present a work in progress at the end of the residency. This does not need to be a fully developed project. Furthermore, the participating artists will be supported with time, space, and networking opportunities. A call for submissions selects the candidates according to the proposed project.
The residency is funded by the Arts Council’s International Residency Programme – a pilot initiative by the Arts Council. The deadline for submission of applications is 14th October
More information on Cybernate Digital Arts Research Residency is available here
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