NCFA #GE16 Cork South-West Meeting

Party Policies and Manifestos: General Election 2016
15th February 2016
Over 7,000 sign petition for dedicated Arts, Culture & Heritage Department
12th May 2016

The Cork South-West branch of the NCFA has arranged a public meeting with Dáil Candidates to discuss party policies on the arts and culture.

Event Details

Venue: Clonakilty Community Arts Centre (CCAS)

Date: Thursday 18 February, 6.30pm SHARP

Join in the conversation at this important event – a chance to meet your local candidates and seek their vital commitment to the arts over the lifetime of the next government.

Please notify us of your attendance at especially where mobility difficulties would require an alternate venue, as the CCAS has a stairs at the entrance.

Please share widely – all arts workers, audiences and artists and encouraged to attend.

Further information
Twitter: @rsvpireland / @campaign4arts

Help the NCFA continue to advocate for the arts in Ireland.