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With support of its members, the NCFA makes the case for the arts in Ireland. It seeks to ensure that the arts are on local and national government agendas and are recognised as a vital part of contemporary Irish life.
To be a voice for the arts in Ireland, communicating the value of the arts and campaigning for continued and increased engagement with and investment in the arts.
To work with others to ensure Ireland values all those who workin the arts and provides a fertile and supportive environment for artists
To work with others to enable the arts to make the fullest possible contribution to Irish society and its future
To capture more fully the value of the arts in Ireland, workinghand in hand with the arts sector, artists, the public, and Government
To work with others to build an evidence base that will inform policy and allow the arts to innovate and reach a wider audience
To build a deeper understanding of the mutual values of the arts and education and seek achievable means to embed the arts in education, working closely with educational partners
To ensure that everyone is Ireland can experience and participate in the arts