15th April 2020

Media Update

Angela Dorgan, Chair of NCFA, appeared on RTÉ News last night to discuss the NCFA calls to action – you can watch the piece back here. […]
9th April 2020

NCFA calls upon Government and political parties to ensure that the arts sector is not left behind in the huge task of recovery planning for Ireland.

NCFA, on behalf of the Irish arts and culture community, calls upon Government and political parties to ensure that the arts sector is not left behind […]
3rd April 2020

Press Release: NCFA ‘dismayed by the lack of vision shown by the Department of Culture, Heritage & the Gaeltacht in relation to the arts’.

The NCFA are extremely disappointed by the Department of Culture, Heritage & the Gaeltacht’s response to the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the Irish arts […]
19th March 2020

COVID-19 Income Loss Survey

The spread of COVID-19 worldwide is affecting us all. As measures have been taken by authorities in Ireland to address this pandemic a lot of you […]
6th March 2020

NCFA welcomes Maureen Kennelly’s appointment to Arts Council

The National Campaign for the Arts welcomes the appointment of Maureen Kennelly, a hugely experienced arts professional with a practical and policy understanding of theatre, festivals, […]
31st January 2020

NCFA ELECTION 2020 ARTS HUSTINGS

If you missed the NCFA ELECTION 2020 ARTS HUSTINGS event you can watch it back on our link above. Thanks to our moderator Hugh Linehan, all […]
24th January 2020

GENERAL ELECTION 2020: EVERYTHING YOU NEED

THE ARTS ARE IRELAND’S NATIONAL RESOURCE.THE ARTS ARE A NECESSITY. NOT A LUXURY.THE ARTS ARE AN ASSET. NOT AN OVERHEAD. NCFA calls on all candidates at […]
18th December 2019

NCFA 2019 SURVEY

Getting Ready for 2020 – Survey  The National Campaign for the Arts needs to hear from you. As part of our ongoing policy advocacy and activity planning, […]
9th October 2019

NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR THE ARTS “DEVASTATED” AT THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF BUDGET 2020 FOR IRISH ARTISTS, ARTS WORKERS AND ARTS ORGANISATIONS.

“We feel that despite rhetoric to the contrary, this budget is sending a message to Artists that Ireland doesn’t value them.”  “…the real additional funding figure […]
16th July 2019

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 […]
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