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President Higgins: Cuts are regrettable given the economic benefits that flow from our creative sector.
Aosdna was established in 1981 by the Arts Council in order to honour those artists whose work has made an outstanding contribution to the arts in Ireland. Membership of Aosdna, which is by peer nomination and election, is limited to 250 living artists, who have produced a distinguished body of work.
Exodos Ljubljana announced launch of a new phase of Corners, a platform for artists and audiences, designed and driven by cultural organisations at the edges of Europe.
The new Arts For All is a one-stop portal for arts practitioners and community organisers to share resources, ideas, and collaborative opportunities.
The new Partnerships Fund, launched on 26 February 2015, will be used to support partnerships across and beyond the museum sector and will raise the profile of museum sector collaborations of all kinds at a local, national and international level.
Barry's Blog: 'Jonathan Katz served as the head of the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies for 29 years, and his tenure defined not only that agency, but the whole state arts agency movement. He stepped down from that post late last year. He agreed to an interview, and I appreciate his candor and frankness. I am posting the interview in two parts - today and next week.'