Supporting The Arts (1)

ArtLinks is a partnership of the four Local Authority Arts Offices in Carlow, Kilkenny, Waterford and Wexford County Council regions. Mitch was first appointed as the Minister for Communications and Minister for the Arts on 21 September 2015, and reappointed on 19 July 2016. On the Move and the Asia Europe Foundation provide a series of ‘ Mobility Funding Guides ‘ for artists and arts professionals on their website.supports and arts

Wales Arts International : A collaboration between the British Council and the Arts Council of Wales that offers an international audience the opportunity to gain a clear perspective on the arts from Wales while facilitating communication between presenters, organizations, festival directors, companies, and artists.supports and arts

OAC has established a funding program dedicated to Deaf artists and artists with disabilities The program supports the creation and production of new work, and professional development through grants of up to $10,000. Pro Helvetia supports aspiring artists primarily via partnerships with recognised institutions in Switzerland and abroad. In 2015-16, the Ontario Arts Council funded 1,676 individual artists and 1,125 organizations in 209 communities across Ontario for a total of $50.5 million. Joyce supports capacity and infrastructure building of small to mid-size arts organizations set in communities of color. The cultural centres present Swiss arts in international hubs of cultural life.supports and arts

On the Move and the Asia Europe Foundation provide a host of ‘ Mobility Funding Guides ‘ for artists and arts professionals in all EU countries on their website. Through residencies, fellowships and the Joyce Awards, the Joyce Foundation supports commissioning new works by artists of color. More than 3,000 classroom visits from arts educators help bring the arts to life for thousands of local students and help teachers reinforce school curriculums. Beyond Bank is seeking partnerships within the arts sector to enrich and support this important community.

The Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support (IVAIS) program supports a professional, viable and ethical Indigenous visual arts industry with strong participation by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. With initiatives of our own we take up topical developments in the arts scene and lay the foundations of new networks for Swiss cultural practitioners at home and abroad.