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The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD, today announced funding of €2.95 million for the promotion of Irish arts globally, through Culture Ireland’s Grants Programme and its support of key resource organisations and venues.
The Arts Council has released its annual Equality Data and Arts Council Awards report, a report on disability, ethnicity and gender in individual awards granted in 2022. This third annual report reveals continuing inequities in individuals making applications and being awarded arts grants in 2022. As the Arts Council begins work on its second Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Implementation Plan, it is clear why a focused approach to guaranteeing such human rights is so important.
The City of Dublin (Republic of Ireland) will host the fifth UCLG Culture Summit from 28 November to 1 December 2023, under the auspice of the Dublin City Council and the Dublin City Council Culture Company. Entitled “Culture. Future. Goal. We Act to Bring Local Visions to Global Tables”, the UCLG Culture Summit is the main meeting point at global level of cities, local governments and organisations that are committed to the effective implementation of policies and programmes on culture and sustainability.
The director of the Arts Council has expressed concern that young people are not attending plays, art exhibitions and other cultural performances as often as before the pandemic.
Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media Catherine Martin T.D. today announced the establishment of a new expert committee to advise Government on issues relating to the restitution and repatriation of culturally sensitive objects in Ireland.
Catherine Martin, Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, has today set out her vision for the cultural sector to become a leader on climate action in Ireland. At the core of this vision will be the preparation of a new national policy framework on culture, creativity and climate action.