Event Date 21 November 2023
Time 11:00am - 12:00pm
Organiser ISACS Network
Venue/LocationOnline via Zoom
CostFree
CategoryTraining / Workshop
WebsiteMore Info / Registration

For many artists and arts organisations, the task of applying for funding applications on local, national and international levels can be overwhelming. For this reason, we have invited Katie Lowry (Creative Europe desk Ireland) and Con Horgan (Fanzini Productions) to deliver a session on how to get funding for your artistic projects on a Local, National, and International level.. Katie will talk about EU support for artist mobility, focusing on the Culture Moves Europe call, and Con will bring his experience as Fanzini was recently awarded to participate in the European project BETA Circus.

This Zoom session will run on Tuesday, 21 November, from 11 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

The training is free and is exclusively for ISACS members.

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About our Facilitators

Katie Lowry

Katie Lowry

Katie has over 20 years of experience working in the arts in Ireland. She worked for the Irish Film Board and then as an arts consultant before joining the International Department of the Arts Council in 2008 and the Creative Europe Desk. Katie has built up warm working relationships with stakeholders and organisations within the Irish cultural and heritage sector. She’s a trusted source of advice on Creative Europe funding strands and priorities.

Wallshhhh_ Con Horgan

Con Horgan

Con has been performing since 1997 in a duo show Fanzini Brothers and performing solo as Professor Plunger. Fanzini Productions is one of the foremost street circus company based in the Republic of Ireland, touring nationally and internationally.

Fanzini Productions are also the founders and producers of the annual National Circus Festival of Ireland. This festival is the national showcase for contemporary circus and features a different line up each year of top national and international circus performers.

Fanzini Productions have received Culture Ireland funding grants to perform in America, India and Australia.