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Arts Council Funding Clinic at the National Circus Festival Ireland

Arts Council Funding Clinic at the National Circus Festival Ireland

The Irish Street Arts, Circus & Spectacle Network are delighted to announce The Arts Council will be holding an open Funding Information Clinic in association with the National Circus Festival Ireland. The aim of this clinic is to provide information about the various funding schemes currently available for circus, spectacle and street artists. The clinic will be led by Head of Circus, Dance, Street Arts & Spectacle Davide Terlingo, and Circus, Dance, Street Arts & Spectacle Adviser, Verena Cornwall.

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SHARE; ISACS annual open forum event at the National Circus Festival Ireland

SHARE; ISACS annual open forum event at the National Circus Festival Ireland

ISACS are delighted to announce their annual Open Forum event ‘Share’ that is taking place on Saturday 12th November from 11.30-1.30pm in association with the National Circus Festival of Ireland. Come along, hear a wide range of views and share your opinions, ideas & experience in a safe open forum for all interested in the future development of these art forms. This is a free, public, open event and with a diverse selection of contributions ranging from performers and programmers to directors and stakeholders, a lively discussion is guaranteed.

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Critical Encounters with Street Arts, Circus & Spectacle

Critical Encounters with Street Arts, Circus & Spectacle

The MA Festive Arts is delighted to present a series of events around Writing for Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle. These events are presented in collaboration with ISACS, the Irish Street Art, Circus and Spectacle Network.

Critical responses and reflections are crucial for the development of any cultural sector. Reviews, critique and written responses play an essential role in the visual arts, music, dance and theatre, providing a space for reflection and development, as well as an archive of work carried out for future researchers to trace and explore. In Ireland, we need to develop a strong traditional of critical response to street arts, circus and spectacle.

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Balancing Your Books – A review of the day including an ISACS members offer with JPAS Ltd.

Balancing Your Books – A review of the day including an ISACS members offer with JPAS Ltd.

ISACS were delighted to present the practical training programme 'Balancing your Books' A One Day Guide to Tax and Self-Employment with Dean Haughey of JPAS Ltd. Dean is a Chartered Accountant and Tax Manager at JPAS Ltd, a firm specialising in tax and accountancy for the arts and entertainment industries.

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DRAWING THE CROWD: AN AUDIENCE RESEARCH ROAD MAP FOR STREET ARTS, CIRCUS AND SPECTACLE IN IRELAND

DRAWING THE CROWD: AN AUDIENCE RESEARCH ROAD MAP FOR STREET ARTS, CIRCUS AND SPECTACLE IN IRELAND
There has been a well recognised need for more comprehensive and measurable methods of audience research and documentation for the sectors of street arts, circus and spectacle in Ireland. Consequently, ISACS have been working to support the Arts Council’s undertaking to “invest in research and information programmes that increase our knowledge of public engagement". In doing so ISACS, in collaboration with the the University of Limerick MA in Festive Arts, commissioned Annette Nugent, communications consultant, to prepare a strategic road map for research and development in audience research and data.

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Irish Street Arts Circus and Spectacle Network

Irish Theatre Institute, 17 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland
00 353 (0)87 0541812 info@isacs.ie