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AIC Scheme Second Round 2019: Successful Applicants
We Claim: Kathryn Maguire and Young Migrant Women. A previous AIC Scheme recipient. Image: Ros Kavanagh.
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AIC Scheme Second Round 2019: Successful Applicants

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Congratulations to all the successful applicants to the AIC Scheme (Second Round 2019), who come from a range of art forms and contexts.

Research and Development Award

Artist; Community; Context; Artform; Location

Alex Pentek; Cork Traveller Women’s Network; Art and Cultural Diversity; Visual Arts; Cork

John Whelan; North Wexford Traditional Singing Circle; Arts and Community of Place; Multidisciplinary; Wexford

Rachel Uí Fhaolain; Gorey Syrian Community; Art and Cultural Diversity; Multidisciplinary; Wexford

Yurika Higashikawa; Service Industry Workers; Arts and Community of Interest; Multidisciplinary; Dublin

 

Research and Development Award with Mentoring

Artist; Community; Context; Artform; Location (Mentor)

Alice McDowell; Galway Anti-Racism Network; Art and Community of Place; Film; Galway (Vukasin Nedeljkovic)

Olivia Hassett; Rose Cottage Dementia Day Care; Arts and Health; Visual Arts; Dublin (Marie Brett)

Siobhan Clancy; Cork University Hospital; Arts and Health; Visual Arts; Cork (Seoidín O’Sullivan)

Tess Leak; St Cronan’s Association; Arts and Disability; Multidisciplinary; Cork (Paul Bokslag)

Rajinder Singh; Migrant Community; Art and Cultural Diversity; Multidisciplinary; Dublin (Anthony Haughey)

Cathal Thornton; Drogheda Communities/ Upstate Theatre Project; Arts and Community of Interest; Theatre; Louth (Veronica Coburn)

 

Recent Graduate Research and Development Award with Mentoring

Artist; Community; Context; Artform; Location (Mentor)

Mary Sullivan; Bere Island Community; Arts and Community of Place; Visual Arts: Cork (Jesse Jones)

 

Research and Development Award with Mentoring for an artist from a minority ethnic background

Artist; Community; Context; Artform; Location (Mentor)

Leanne McDonagh; Travelling Community; Art and Cultural Diversity; Visual Arts; Cork (Seamus Nolan)

 

Project Realisation Award

Community; Artist; Project title; Context; Artform; Location

Ballyfermot Chapelizod Disability Action Collective; Kate Harris, Smashing Barriers: Drama Collective “Dead or Alive” Tour; Arts and Disability; Theatre; Dublin

West Cork Development Partnership; William Bock; Land Walks; Art and Cultural Diversity; Multidisciplinary; Cork

Bridge Project; Sinead McCann; Small Talk; Art and Prison/Justice; Visual Arts; Dublin

Coolmine Ashleigh House; Sorcha Fox; Amplify; Arts and Heath: Theatre; Dublin

Fingal County Council; Grainne Hallahan; Transitions; Art and Cultural Diversity; Multidisciplinary; Dublin

Mosney Support Group; Farah Ella; Self-Expression Sundays; Art and Cultural Diversity; Music; Meath

North Street Main Community Group; Kate O’Shea; The People’s Kitchen; Art and Community of Place; Multidisciplinary; Cork

RADE; David Stone; The Beggar’s Opera; Arts and Health; Multidisciplinary; Dublin

related programme
Artist in the Community Scheme