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Create manages the Artist in the Community Scheme on behalf of The Arts Council. In the 2008 second round, Create received a high volume of applications across all artforms. The successful applicants were drawn from a broad cross section of counties including Tipperary, Dublin, South Dublin County, Cork, Clare, Louth, Limerick, and for the first time a research and development award from Offaly. The second round selection panel members were: Chrissie Poulter, School of Drama, Trinity College, Bisi Adigun, creative producer, Arambe Productions; Mark O’Brien, axis Ballymun, Sheila Deegan, Limerick County Council arts officer and Niamh O’Connor, visual artist.

2008 Phase 1 - Research + Development Awards (artist and community, artform)
Martina Hynan, Birth Choice Clare, visual arts; Louise Lowe, Dun Laoghaire Youth Theatre, theatre; Daragh Bradshaw, Adapt House Services, theatre; Rowena Keaveney, Clara Day Care Centre, visual arts; Gillian Kenny, St Josephs Foundation Art Group, visual arts; Sinead McCann, EVE Ltd, visual arts; Dylan Tighe, Irish Traveller women, theatre; Mairead Ni Chonduin, Clare Immigrant Support Centre, music; Sheelagh Broderick, Sherkin Island development, visual arts

2008 Phase 2 –Project Realisation Awards (community, artist, artform)
Glenasmole Community Centre & Cindy Cummings/Siobhan Daffy, dance/music; Carlingford Community Development, Dearbhla Reynolds, visual arts; Smashing Times Theatre , Catherine McFadden, theatre; EVE Ltd Tuiscint, Slavek Kwi, multi-media; NCBI Iona Centre, Siobhan Clancy, multi-media; East Clare Youthreach, Pete Brown, visual arts; Calypso Productions, Gary Duggan, literature; Nenagh Childcare Centre, Lynn Kirkham, visual arts. For further information on the Scheme and 2009 deadlines, contact Katherine Atkinson, 01-4736600, or email support(at)create-ireland.ie

 

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CreateIreland We're looking forward to welcoming guests at our info session on the @artscouncil_ie #AICScheme , managed by @CreateIreland ., tomorrow. This time we'll be in Donegal, at @CulturalCentre Letterkenny. A handful of tickets still available: bit.ly/2Ztlo3S pic.twitter.com/tGE6PiWgNk
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CreateIreland Check out our latest Featured Publication, The Art of Relevance by @ninaksimon , formerly of @santacruzmah . Some of us were lucky enough to see Nina speak at @artscouncil_ie Places Matter conference this year where she outlined her #OFBYFORALL blueprint. bit.ly/2ZvQCr3 pic.twitter.com/g8vhvmLFjS
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