The National Campaign for the Arts is a volunteer-led, grassroots movement that makes the case for the arts in Ireland. We work to ensure that the arts are on national and local government agendas and are recognised as a vital part of contemporary Irish life.

What We Do

The National Campaign for the Arts makes the case for the Arts in Ireland

 

How To Help

Together we can ensure a better future for Irish artists and their work


The National Campaign for the Arts needs to hear from you!

 

It is vital for the NCFA to gather feedback about issues that are affecting artists, arts organisations and arts workers.
Your input will help to strengthen our campaign in conversations with government, opposition parties and funding bodies, and will help to inform our pre budget submission.

 
 
 

The Basic Income for the Arts pilot has shown promising results in providing financial security for artists while allowing them creative freedom without the economic precarity so many artists and arts workers have been shown to disproportionately suffer. By retaining this program and expanding it further, we can ensure that our artists and arts workers continue contributing their creativity towards enriching our culture while also securing their livelihoods.
Let us stand together in support of our artists and arts workers by urging policymakers in Ireland to retain, extend and expand Basic Income for The Arts.
Sign this petition today!

 

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Retain Extend and Expand Ireland's Basic Income for the Arts Pilot - Sign the Petition!

Being a recipient of the BIA pilot has been transformative to my wellbeing and my work. This needs to be something all artists in Ireland can avail of @Campaign4Arts

NCFA attended at the Joint Committee on Tourism, Culture, Arts, Sport and Media's publication of q long-term vision for the media sector. Contributions from the NCFA on behalf of the sector were included as recommendations around Irish Arts Programming, review and creation 1/3

Let us stand together in support of our artists & arts workers by urging policymakers in Ireland to retain, extend and expand Basic Income for The Arts!

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@Campaign4Arts @FMC_Ireland

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