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 […]
11th August 2017

Pre-Budget Submission 2018

About NCFA: The National Campaign for the Arts (NCFA) is a volunteer-led, grassroots movement that makes the case for the arts in Ireland. It seeks to […]
11th December 2016

Creative Ireland in the News

Below is a collection of some of the articles around the web about the launch of the new Creative Ireland programme. IRISH TIMES Creative Ireland: artists […]
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