Infrastructure 2017 - 2021 is a Local, National and International opportunity open to artists from all disciplines


Fingal Arts Office works in partnership with leading education and cultural institutions, researchers and artists.


The Big Shoe Dog — John Kindness. Part of the Fingal County Council Municipal Art Collection

  1. Irish Aphasia Theatre Project

    Irish Aphasia Theatre Project Read more


  2. Fingal Arts Residency Award in partnership with Graphic Studio Dublin - Open Call 2018

    Fingal Arts Residency Award in partnership with Graphic Studio Dublin - Open Call 2018 Read more


  3. Highlights from Culture Night in Fingal 2018

    Highlights from Culture Night in Fingal 2018 Read more


  4. Loughshinny Boathouse Artists’ Studio Open Call 2018

    Loughshinny Boathouse Artists’ Studio Open Call 2018 Read more


  5. Resort Revelations

    Resort Revelations Read more


    Ways of Seeing - Resort Revelations 2018 Annual Public Art Programme,Lynders Mobile Home Park,Portrane,North County Dublin
    Launch 7th of September at 7pm
    Exhibition 7th – 15th 10-5pm Lynders Mobile Home Park
    Special Event Programme Details

  6. Mentoring Programme for Fingal Writers Read more


    Fingal Arts Office have partnered with Words Ireland to deliver a Mentoring Programme for Fingal Writers.  This is a national programme open to ‘emerging Fingal writers’  or anyone who has published 1 or 2 books, or has published essays, poems, or short stories in magazines or journals. The programme ideal for poets, literary prose writers and creative non-fiction writers.

  7. Announcement - Infrastructure Public Art Programme 2018 - 2021 Awards 9 new Commissions for Fingal Read more


    Exciting new public art commissions unfolding throughout the county from 2018 - 2021

  8. CPD / Primary School Teachers / The Artful Classroom

    CPD / Primary School Teachers / The Artful Classroom Read more


    Fingal County Council & Superprojects present

    The Artful Classroom

    A CPD programme for primary school teachers
    Accredited by Drumcondra Education Centre

    July 2nd – 6th 2018

    Lunch will be provided 

    Bracken Educate Together National School & The Irish Museum of Modern Art

    Please find attached information on our upcoming CPD programme for Primary School Teachers.  It is accredited by Drumcondra Education Centre and carries an entitlement of extra personal vacation (EPV) days.

    Full course information, booking details and facilitators’ biographies are within the flyer, please circulate to your colleagues and anyone you think might be interested. 

    Booking Link: 

    We look forward to seeing you there. 

  9. Infrastructure Fingal County Council’s Public Art Programme 2017 - 2021 Read more


  10. Per Cent for Art Scheme

    Per Cent for Art Scheme Read more


    The Per Cent for Art Scheme allows for a percentage cost of a capital Project of a capital project to be used for the commissioning of an art project.

    In 1986 the Department of the Environment adopted this scheme and it was initially called “The Artist Embellishment Scheme” and provided the opportunity for Local Authorities to commission permanent sculptural works. Since a review of the scheme, which has since extended to all Government Department with construction budget, the scope of the artwork commissioned under the scheme has also expanded.

  11. An Invitation To Collaboration 2016

    An Invitation To Collaboration 2016 Read more


    Fingal County Council in partnership with South Dublin, Dublin City & Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Councils were successful with their application for a new Early Years Arts Commission and Engagement programme through the Arts Council’s Invitation to Collaboration Scheme.

    We are one of six projects nationwide to receive funding under this scheme.  It is great news for the early years arts sector. 

    Here is an arts council promo piece for the scheme.


  12. Animated Film commissioned by Fingal County Council’s Arts Office for the 2013-17 Arts Plan Read more


    This animated film was commissioned by Fingal County Council's Arts Office as part of the communications strand for the 2013 - 2017 Arts Plan

  13. Artist Stories / Patrick Scott

    Artist Stories / Patrick Scott Read more


    Born in Kilbrittan, Co Cork, in 1921, Patrick Scott has exhibited extensively both in Ireland and internationally. Patrick Scott works in a disciplined, simple yet individualistic manner. He studied architecture at University College Dublin and after graduation in 1945 worked with the architect Michael Scott. His training in architecture is reflected in his strict use of formal yet distinctive symbols. He has devoted himself fully to painting since 1960. Scott travelled extensively in China and Japan, and his interest in oriental art is evident in his work, expressed by the simplicity of geometric forms, the minimal use of colour, and a characteristic use of line. In July 2007, Scott, who is a founding member of Aosdána, was conferred with the title of Saoi, the highest honour that can be bestowed upon an Irish artist.

  14. Fingal Mummers / The Mummers Play

    Fingal Mummers / The Mummers Play Read more