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AIC Scheme Round Two 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 Round Two 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

 

Panel

Michelle Brown, Visual Artist and Curator
Helen O’Donoghue, IMMA Senior Curator: Head of Engagement and Learning
Miguel Amado, Director, Cork Printmakers
Loughlin Deegan Director, The Lir Academy (Chair)

In attendance

Jane O’Rourke, Create
Áine Crowley, Create
Karen Whelan, Arts Council

related programme
Artist in the Community Scheme