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13th September 2018

PRESS RELEASE September 13, 2018: NCFA Call on Government to Publish a Detailed Roadmap for the Arts

NCFA call on Government to publish a detailed roadmap setting out the short and medium-term plans to double investment in the Arts and Culture sector over […]
22nd July 2018

Louise O’Neill: Art has the ability to shape the way we see ourselves

“In order to combat financial barriers that preclude people from becoming practising artists, a grassroots, volunteer-led movement called The National Campaign for the Arts (NCFA) is […]
13th July 2018

Oireachtas Pre Budget Presentation 2018 Speeches

  (Featured from the left: Georgina Jackson, Aideen Howard, Eoghan Carrick, Cian O’Brien, Isabel Nolan, Niamh Smyth TD, Jo Mangan, Liz Nugent, Eugene Downes, Angela Dorgan, Tom […]
11th July 2018

National Campaign For The Arts Launch Pre-Budget Submission 2019

National Campaign for The Arts (NCFA) is calling on the Taoiseach to make good on his much publicised commitment to double investment in the Arts and […]
16th June 2018

Cultural Funding and Investment in the News

An excellent article in the Irish Examiner by Gerard Howlin: Supports for artists’ R&D will see Ireland reap benefits globally “Using arts to support Ireland is […]
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