Artists in Schools Residency Award 2021/2022
Thursday 23 September 2021
The second Dublin City Public Art Programme offers opportunities to create interconnections between public, art and the city.
Dublin City Public Art Programme (2021-2026) offers opportunities to commission new artwork across all artforms. The Programme has three strands PUBLIC + ART + CITY. Individually, these strands have distinct characteristics but when combined are intended to offer a cohesive approach to Dublin City Public Art programme. The programme will create connections and collaboration between different areas of the Dublin City Council's work and interconnection between public, art and city. The approach of the programme is to embrace the diversity of public art practice while being deeply committed to consultation and engagement with communities and localities. Dublin City Public Art Programme will be in place for five years.
Find all details about Dublin City Public Art Programme on the Dublin City Arts Office website.
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