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|Description: ||The Arts Council, Ireland / An Chomhairle EalaŪon is an autonomous body established in 1951 to stimulate public interest in and promote the knowledge, appreciation and practice of the arts. It remains under the aegis of the Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism.|
The Council supports all aspects of the arts, in Irish and in English - architecture, dance, drama, film, literature, music, opera and visual arts.
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|Submitted on:|| Jul 02, 2006 |
|Description: ||AOIFE, the Association of Irish Festival Events, is an all-island voluntary network organisation that brings together organisers of festivals and events in Ireland, suppliers to the festival and event sector and policy-makers and funders. Its aim are to act as a forum for the sharing of ideas and to resolve common areas of concern and seeks to influence government policies in relation to the sector.
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|Submitted on:|| Aug 02, 2006 |
|Description: ||The Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism, Ireland, was formed in June 2002 and its mission is to contribute to the economic, social and cultural progress of Irish society and the enrichment of its quality of life through promoting sustainable tourism; encouraging excellence in sporting and artistic achievement; facilitating greater access to sport and the arts; and preservation of our cultural inheritance. |
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|Submitted on:|| Jul 02, 2006 |
|Description: ||The Heritage Council was established as a statutory body under the Heritage act 1995. Its role is to propose policies and priorities for the identification, protection, preservation and enhancement of the national heritage. National Heritage is defined as including monuments, archaeological objects, heritage objects such as art and industrial works, documents and genealogical records, architectural heritage, flora, fauna, wildlife habitats, landscapes, seascapes, wrecks, geology, heritage gardens, parks and inland waterways. The Council has a particular responsibility to promote interest, education, knowledge and pride in the national heritage|
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|Submitted on:|| Feb 15, 2006 |
|Description: ||Northern Irelandís Audience Development Agency, Audiences NI, was established by the Arts Council of NI on 20 August 2004 and operates in the context of the following Mission Statement:|
It exists to increase and diversify audiences for the arts in Northern Ireland to nurture creative, sustainable arts organisations which deliver maximum public benefit.
The Agency will endeavour to achieve its mission by fostering collaboration and enabling arts organisations to practise effective audience development through the provision of services, where cost effective.
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|Submitted on:|| Jun 08, 2006 |