Fingal Arts Residency Award in partnership with Graphic Studio Dublin - Open Call 2018
Highlights from Culture Night in Fingal 2018
RHA School & Fingal Arts Studio Award Open Call 2018
Loughshinny Boathouse Artists’ Studio Open Call 2018
Announcement - Infrastructure Public Art Programme 2018 - 2021 Awards 9 new Commissions for Fingal
Exciting new public art commissions unfolding throughout the county from 2018 - 2021
Announcement of the successful recipients of the Artists’ Support Scheme 2018
Developing a Creative Proposal
Launch of Loughshinny Boathouse Artists’ Studio
Resort Residency Opportunity,Lynders Mobile Home Park, Portrane
Loughshinny Boathouse Residency - Vanessa Daws
The three months in the Loughshinny studio gave me time to be at such a close and privileged proximity to the sea. I swam regularly with the Skerries Frosties who meet everyday in Skerries through getting to know this group of swimmers better
Creative Proposal Writing
Fingal Arts Office Graduate Award Publication Launch
Opportunity for Artists, Collectives, Organisations or Companies
Opportunity for Artists, Collectives, Organisations or Companies
International Early Childhood Arts Commission
Closing date: 24th November 2016
The four Dublin Local Authorities (Fingal County Council, Dublin City Council, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and South Dublin County Council) are working in partnership to invite applications for the creation of new artwork(s) of ambition, scale and depth for an early childhood audience.
Fingal Arts Office Announce Recipient of Graduate Award 2016 in Partnership with BLOCK T
An Invitation To Collaboration 2016
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.
Professional Development and Training Events
Fingal Arts Office are delighted to welcome back Autumn Sounds classical series
Registration is now open for Culture Night 2016
Announcement of the successful recipients of the Artists’ Support Scheme 2016
Positioning Your Practice
Fingal County Council Arts Office in partnership with Visual Artists Ireland are delighted to present ‘Positioning Your Practice’ on 23 June 10.30-4pm at Malahide Castle Visitors Centre,
Fingal Arts Office Graduate Award Exhibition
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.
Gareth Kennedy - The Origins and Uses of Round Towers - Film 2015 Resort Revelations Portrane
Let’s Talk About Public Art
Let’s Talk about Public Art
Fingal County Council’s Arts Office is hosting a series of Information Sessions as they embark on a new phase of Public Art Commissioning 2016 – 2019.
Fingal County Council Studio Award at The RHA
Fingal Arts Office in partnership with the Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) School are delighted to announce Aoibheann Greenan as the successful recipient of the Fingal County Council Studio Award.
Mobile Monuments - 1916 Public Art Commission
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)
Announcement of the successful recipients of the Artists’ Support Scheme 2015
Resort Revelations - Bleeding Pig Festival Portrane
Survey on Proposed Swords Civic and Cultural Centre
Developing Income Streams for your Work
Resort Revelations 10th to 13th September Bleeding Pig Festival Portrane
Fine Art Print Residency in partnership with Graphic Studio
CALL FOR CREATIVE DOCUMENTARY FILM MAKERS
The team at Fingal Film Festival are embarking on a new project for 2016 and want to talk to young people with an interest in documentary filmmaking in Fingal.
Residency Opportunity -The Resort Residency. Case Study II, Resort Revelations
Visual Artist Marie Hanlon was recently elected as a member of Aosdana.
Fingal Film Festival nominated for Best Awards Ceremony at 2015 Event Industry Awards
Public Art Commission Opportunity - 1916
Bracken Educate Together N/S announce an exciting Per Cent for Art Commission Opportunity.
PR & Media Skills on Thursday 23 April 10.30 - 3pm in Malahide Castle.
PR & Media Skills on Thursday 23 April 10.30-3pm in Malahide Castle. The event is free for Fingal artists.
As an artist you will be required to write about your work for press releases, media and marketing purposes. As press and galleries don't have the capacity to interview everyone seeking press coverage they need to get a picture of who you are very quickly.
What can you do as an artist to manage your own message in an engaging, clear and professional way?
In this series of talks followed by Q&A invited speakers will address PR & Skills, Self-promotion and copyright issues for visual artists.
Animated Film commissioned by Fingal County Council’s Arts Office for the 2013-17 Arts Plan
This animated film was commissioned by Fingal County Council's Arts Office as part of the communications strand for the 2013 - 2017 Arts Plan
Forget Me Nots Choir
Forget Me Nots is a choir for people living with dementia. It is of great value to these families in our community who have a close relative suffering with the condition as it provides a space, time and reason for them to engage in a healthy arts activity together, something that they have expressed is difficult to come by under the circumstances.
Great turnout for the launch of Resort Residency, Case Study 1,Lynders Mobile Home Park, Portrane
Minister Announces Plans to Draft National Cultural Policy - Culture 2025
Fingal Film Festival
Submissions are NOW open until May 2014
Graphic Studio Residency
Artist and Children’s Book Illustrator Alan Clarke Recipient of Fingal County Council Fine Art Print Residency
Draíocht — Open Call for Artists
Draíocht is currently seeking submissions from artists for Exhibiting in Draíocht’s galleries or a Residency in Draíocht’s Artist Studio.
Realt Na Mára — Howth
The very impressive sculpture piece, Realt na Mara, was erected in 2013 on the western apex extension to the East Pier of Howth Harbour.
Year of Illustration 2013
Fingal County Council's Arts Office, Children's Books Ireland (CBI) and Laureate na nOg Niamh Sharkey present Fingal's Year of Illustration 2013. This collaboration will see a series of events throughout Fingal in 2013 where children can flex their creative abilities in a wide range of workshops, monster drawing sessions and other arts activities.