A4 Sounds is a non-profit, artist-run workspace and gallery in north-inner-city Dublin. It is one of the largest artist-led spaces in Ireland, currently providing facilities and professional development support to 80 artists.
An Comhairle Ealaion / The Arts Council
The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon stimulate public interest in and promote the knowledge, appreciation and practice of the arts. We are the Irish State’s principal instrument of arts funding and an advisory body to Government on arts matters. We also commission and publish research and information and undertake a range of development projects.
Arts & Disability Ireland
ADI strives to promote the engagement of people with disabilities in the arts at the highest level – as audience members, artists, performers, participants, advisors and employees.
Create is the national development agency for collaborative arts. Create supports artists across all artforms who work collaboratively with communities, be they communities of place or those brought together by interest. Create offers a range of services for artists and arts organisations, which include Professional Development, Learning Development, Project Management and Consultancy, and Projects and Initiatives that support and develop collaborative arts.
Centre Culturel Irlandais
Ireland’s cultural headquarters on the European continent, the Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris is a vibrant contemporary arts centre and residence, where Parisian and international audiences cross the threshold to enjoy more than 100 events every year, from curated exhibitions, concerts and festivals to debates and performances.
Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media
The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media oversees the protection and presentation of Ireland’s cultural assets.
Dublin City Council
The mission of Dublin City Council is to foster a vibrant, attractive, safe and environmentally sustainable capital city with a strong human focus and to advance and promote the physical, social, cultural and economic environment of Dublin city, through effective civic leadership and the active democratic participation of our citizens.
Dublin North-East Inner City
The NEIC Initiative commenced In July 2016, when the Government launched a major initiative for Dublin’s North East Inner City to oversee the long-term social and economic regeneration of the area. At its core, The NEIC Initiative works towards making the North East Inner City a safe, attractive and vibrant living and working environment for the community and its families, providing opportunities for all to lead full lives.
Dublin Port Company
Our mission is to be the best customer centred medium sized port in Europe. We will enhance our competitiveness, anticipate and respond to future customer needs and continually improve the quality and affordability of our services with due care for the natural environment. Safety is, and will continue to be our overriding concern.
By operating in this way we provide the greatest benefits for our customers, staff, shareholders, suppliers and local communities, thereby contributing to national economic progress and growth.
Dublin City University
Dublin City University is a university based on the Northside of Dublin. Created as the National Institute for Higher Education, Dublin in 1975, it enrolled its first students in 1980, and was elevated to university status in September 1989 by statute.
Galerie Michaela Stock
Galerie Michaela Stock was founded in Vienna in 2008. The gallery has a strong focus on Central and Eastern European art, especially contemporary Croatian artists, and also supports performance art.
Inner City Organisations Network
ICON is a network of organisations in the North-East Inner City of Dublin. It is a Community Development Organisation open to membership by anyone – individuals, representatives of tenants groups and workers in local services and Projects – living or working in the North-East Inner City .
Lourdes Community Youth Centre
Lourdes Youth & Community Services (LYCS) was established in 1984 as part of a broad-based community development movement, that emerged in Dublin’s north inner city in the late 1970s and 1980s. LYCS is an integrated community based education, training, recreation and development project that is concerned with giving participants the opportunity to become involved in their development and that of their community.
Leitrim Sculpture Centre
Leitrim Sculpture Centre is an expanding arts facility in Manorhamilton in the North West of Ireland. The centre reflects the contemporary definition of Sculpture to include: object making in a variety of materials and processes, installation and performance practices, environmental work, multi-media and interdisciplinary research.
National College of Art and Design Dublin
The National College of Art and Design is Ireland’s oldest art institution, offering the largest range of art and design degrees at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the country.
Sculpture Dublin is a Dublin City Council initiative. The idea originated with a survey of sculpture in Dublin City Council parks, Art in Parks (2014), and a particular interest in the Dublin Millennium Sculpture Symposium of 1988 that resulted in the commissioning of ten new sculptures for the city.
Technological University Dublin
Technological University Dublin or TU Dublin is Ireland’s first technological university, established on 1 January 2019, with a history stretching back to 1887.
WARP Contemporary Art Platform
WARP is a visual arts platform originated in 2006 and based in Sint-Niklaas.
The organisation focuses on talent development, which enables us to establish long-term relationships with artists. This results in all kinds of collaborations and exhibitions with mainly new productions. Revealing, presenting, promoting and referencing contemporary art is a core part of our organisation.