Category: Arts Audiences initiatives

Pre Application workshops- Dublin & Kilkenny

By , February 26, 2014

Thinking of applying for The Arts Council Touring & Dissemination of work scheme? The next deadline is May 8th, 2014.

Arts Audiences will run two workshops to assist you in making a good application, particularly focused on how to set audiences targets for your application.  There will also be a case study and question and answer sessions, along with the presentation.

Please click on the appropriate link below to register your interest.  We will be in touch by March 25th to let you know if you’ve secured a place and to give further details.

Kilkenny; Monday, April 7th.  Click here

Dublin, Tuesday, April 8th. Click here

 

Pre application workshops held in Dublin, Cork and Belfast

By , October 22, 2013

A series of pre-application workshops took place last week for anyone thinking of applying for funding under The Arts Council’s Touring and Dissemination of work scheme (Deadline November 14th).

On Monday, October 14th at the Everyman in Cork, Una Carmody, Director of Arts Audiences gave the workshop with a presentation from Eoin Hurley of Eurochild/Euroteen.  On Thursday we were in Dublin at Dancehouse, with the case study presentation from Steve Reddy of First Music Contact.

 

Lastly on Friday the 18th the workshop was held in Belfast in cooperation with the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, as this year applications can be made to tour north and south for the first time.

 

Here & Now, November seminar

By , September 30, 2013

Here and Now is an exploration of gallery visitors in Ireland, commissioned by Arts Audiences, specifically developed to gain insight into how audiences are engaging with the visual arts. In 2013 the Galleries involved are:  The Butler Gallery, The Glucksman, The Model, Royal Hibernian Academy, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, The National Gallery, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Gallery of Photography and Limerick City Gallery of Art. These organisations gathered audience information in 2013 which has been examined and assessed by Audiences Northern Ireland. As well as looking at the age range, gender and geographical spread of gallery attendees, the survey also investigated a broad range of subjects including how specialist the level of knowledge each visitor had; what motivated the gallery visit; what their experience was like etc.

A seminar will be held on the 7th of November in Dublin at the National Gallery for all involved in the visual arts community to present these findings and to investigate how such schemes assist in strategically planning and developing programming decisions and generating income.  Registration for the event has now closed.  For further information, please contact gclarke@templebar.ie.

 

Workshop in copywriting for the visual arts. September 26th, 2013,

By , August 27, 2013

Applications for this workshop are now closed.  If you would like to be wait listed, contact Gillian Clarke, gclarke@templebar.ie.

Arts Audiences is delighted to announce that, in response to requests from the visual arts sector, it will be running this bespoke event on September 26th, 2013.  This practical workshop is a concentrated half day opportunity for visual arts organisations to up their marketing game, specifically in writing copy across different media. This training has been developed for the needs of the visual arts and is delivered by Eoghan Nolan (award winning copywriter, experienced lecturer in copywriting and 2012 winner of the overall award for best copywriting from the National Newspapers of Ireland) with Gemma Tipton (Arts writer for the Irish Times and Artforum.com).  Those selected to participate will be asked to submit some of their own materials for consideration a few weeks before the workshop to ensure maximum relevance to participants.

When is it on?  Thursday, September 26th 2013. 10:30-13:30.

Where is it?  The Masters Quarters, IMMA, Military Road, Kilmainham, Dublin 8

Who is it for ?  Anyone directly responsible for marketing the visual arts and writing copy for this purpose, with a specific focus on organisations.

How can I apply?

Click here and complete the form before close of business on September 9th, 2013 to register your interest.

Am I guaranteed a place?            Registering will NOT guarantee a place.  Places will be allocated based on applications received during the application period and to ensure a representative spread of organisations.

Cost?                                                Free.  However if you accept a place you MUST attend.

When I be notified?                      Arts Audiences will notify successful applicants by Wednesday, Sept 11th.

Workshop in copywriting for dance. September 27th, 2013,

Applications for this workshop are now closed.  If you would like to be wait listed, contact Gillian Clarke, gclarke@templebar.ie.

Arts Audiences is delighted to announce that, in response to requests from the dance sector, it will be running this event on September 27th, 2013.  This practical workshop is a concentrated half day opportunity for dance organisations to up their marketing game, specifically in writing copy across different media. This training has been developed with the needs of dance organisations in mind and is delivered by Eoghan Nolan (award winning copywriter, experienced lecturer in copywriting and 2012 winner of the overall award for best copywriting from the National Newspapers of Ireland).  Those selected to participate will be asked to submit some of their own materials for consideration a few weeks before the workshop to ensure maximum relevance to participants.

When is it on?  Friday, September 27th 2013. 09:30 – 13:00.

Where is it?  DanceHouse, Foley Street, Dublin 1

Who is it for ?  Anyone directly responsible for marketing dance and writing copy for this purpose, with a specific focus on organisations.

How can I apply?

Click here and complete the form before close of business on September 9th, 2013 to register your interest.

Am I guaranteed a place?            Registering will NOT guarantee a place.  Places will be allocated based on applications received during the application period and to ensure a representative spread of organisations.

Cost?  Free.  However if you accept a place you MUST attend.

When I be notified?  Arts Audiences will notify successful applicants by Wednesday, Sept 11th.

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