The National Campaign for the Arts is a volunteer-led, grassroots movement that makes the case for the arts in Ireland. We work to ensure that the arts are on national and local government agendas and are recognised as a vital part of contemporary Irish life.

What We Do

The National Campaign for the Arts makes the case for the Arts in Ireland

 

How To Help

Together we can ensure a better future for Irish artists and their work


News

  • NCFA Pre-Budget Submission: July 16, 2019
    NCFA Call On Government To Publish Detailed Roadmap For Arts Funding NCFA Insight Survey shows: Over 75% respondents working in the Arts earning less than €30,000 per annum […]
  • NCFA Welcomes JOC Recommendations in ’The Arts Matter’
    NCFA Welcomes JOC Recommendations in ’The Arts Matter’ The NCFA welcomes the recommendations of the Joint Committee on Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht report, ’The Arts […]
  • NCFA supports Theatre Forum Payscales Survey
    The National Campaign for the Arts (NCFA) supports the findings of Theatre Forum’s Payscales Survey, launched today at Project Arts Centre.  The findings illustrate major deficiencies […]
  • Help Us to Help You
    The National Campaign for the Arts needs to hear from you. As part of our ongoing policy advocacy and activity planning, it’s vital for us to […]

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We are still at this stage. Why is every tiny advancement such a struggle for our sector? Why when it all crashes again will we be first to be dispensed with? How do we cut through the nonsense that insists artists have no right to make art and be paid for it?
@Campaign4Arts https://t.co/g4U8391RGv

@Campaign4Arts​ has called on the government to publish a detailed roadmap for arts funding.

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https://t.co/sOzSpVUqpA

We can’t keep letting our Artists do the heavy lifting on Ireland’s reputation, global reach, attracting tourists and not support them to make their art @Campaign4Arts are calling for increases to the @artscouncil_ie and @culture_ireland who can get support straight to artists. https://t.co/pmwYXhR5ha

Stark statistics on the reality of artist pay informing the pre-budget submission on arts expenditure in Ireland @Campaign4Arts https://t.co/wFjCfmyuAf

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