29th October 2017

Some more press about Creative Ireland

Irish Times: Arts funding: a shallow gesture Irish Times: Heather Humphreys response to The Irish Times editorial. Hotpress: Governments budget a disappointment for the Arts sector claims […]
29th October 2017

NCFA condemns sexual harassment in the workplace

The NCFA joins with colleagues in the theatre community in condemning sexual harassment in our workplaces. The widespread news coverage of such issues in several sectors, […]
12th October 2017

NCFA Community Survey indicates worry across entire sector about Creative Ireland: Press release – Thursday 12th October 2017

NCFA Community Survey indicates worry across entire sector about Creative Ireland’s focus on publicity and marketing over long term sustainable policy change and investment Urgent call […]
11th October 2017

Some Press relating to Budget 2018

RTE: Budget 2018 – Irish arts community expresses disappointment https://www.rte.ie/culture/2017/1012/911850-arts-sector-expresses-disappointment-at-budget/   IRISH TIMES: Government’s culture strategy all spin and no substance: Spending promises for arts fail to […]
10th October 2017

Government rhetoric not translated into investment: Press release – Tuesday 10th October 2017

Press release – Tuesday 10th October 2017 National Campaign for the Arts disappointed that Government rhetoric not translated into investment Taoiseach’s commitment to doubling investment in […]
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