Calling Fingal youth dance groups and companies interested in participating at the Irish Youth Dance
Everything is in Everything
Everything is in Everything began in 2016 when Fingal Arts Office and Superprojects joined forces to initiate a collaborative commission between Artists Clodagh Emoe and Jenny Brady, and students from Hartstown Community School. The project began in earnest with creative discussion and workshops in the school in 2017. The students visited exhibitions at IMMA, and welcomed writer Sue Rainsford into speak with them about creating narratives in artwork. The artistic outcome of this project is an evocative moving-image artwork ‘The Butterfly Effect’, which considers causality and regret in modern life.
Fingal Arts office are aware that local primary schools are working to initiate and develop music education programmes for their pupils. We will offer support to these schools through this new initiative.
This initiative provides financial support to schools to obtain a musician-in-residence. For the purpose of this scheme a musician-in-residence is:
• A professional musician with a qualification in music and experience of working with children; who will deliver regular music lessons to the children of your school within the school day
Waves, connecting young people, art and the political
As part of the Fingal 2016 Centenary Programme, Fingal County Council’s Arts Office is working in partnership with Fingal Curator Cleo Fagan, founder of Superprojects*, to provide a unique arts-in-education initiative for two post-primary schools in Fingal. The project explores the multiple layers of meaning and contexts associated with the 1916 Easter Rising and the commemorations in 2016. The project links history and the everyday, bringing awareness to the influence of individuals, collectives and our material environment on social and political changes, past and present. (image: Ruth Lyons, Pilot Light, 2015)
Room 13 Inquiry
Room 13 Inquiry is a dynamic investigation into the potential of shared art studio spaces in school settings. It has evolved in two primary schools in Fingal since its inception in 2014. It includes the provision of a dedicated art studio space, an artist in residence, and a series of exhibition and artists' studio visits for each school.
Summer Youth Film School
In collaboration with Draiocht we are offering young people ages 14-18 years an opportunity to produce their very own film. Facilitated by Createschool, workshops will be delivered over five days (June 27th-July 1st 10am-4pm each day) participants will learn to effectively script, storyboard, act, film, edit and produce their very own film. Using mobile digital devices and a selection of apps participants will learn a multitude of skills and tips for filmmaking including audio engineering – recording, editing, mixing and mastering.
Youth Film Club
Are you interested in Filmmaking?
We are offering young people in Fingal the opportunity to establish a Film Club this February!
Read on to find out more......
An Architecture/Urban Design Project for Young People initiated by the Irish Architecture Foundation and Fingal County Council.
Music Generation is a funding scheme funded by U2 and the Ireland Funds, which offers funding to support and establish local Music Education Partnerships (MEP) throughout Ireland. 50% funding to a maximum of €200,000 per year over three years. Matching funding generated locally from MEP resources, may be a combination of monetary income and/or support-in-kind.
Artist in Residencies
Project title: Vivid Visions
Info to follow