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The Arts Council of Northern Ireland, the Education Authority and the Urban Villages Initiative have come together to announce a two year funding programme to promote creative learning in the classroom.
With co-investment from Creative Scotland, Arts Council England, Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Arts Council of Wales/Wales Arts International, the small pilot Four Nations International Fund is being designed to support those working in the arts and creative industries in the four nations across the UK and together with counterparts in Europe and beyond.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland today (29th September 2021) published its Annual Progress Report for 2020/21 on fulfilling its statutory equality and good relations duties, and implementing Equality Scheme commitments and Disability Action Plans.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland today (23rd September 2021) published the findings of surveys conducted with artists and arts organisations in Northern Ireland who received Emergency Funding support during the pandemic.
Creative and cultural businesses throughout Northern Ireland are to be offered free expert advice and support to help a wider range of talent into the creative workforce. The investment comes at a crucial time for the sector, which was hit harder than most by Covid-19.
The artists were commissioned to deliver strand 2 of BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine initiative, which has succeeded in bringing exciting, new, digital arts content into people’s homes during lockdown. The new work champions the creativity of D/deaf, neurodivergent and disabled professional artists, who produced outstanding projects, many during periods of isolation in lockdown, and which provide a rich source of material which explores their experiences of living through Covid-19.