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Arts Council of Ireland Young People, Children and Education Project Award 2022


Mark Stedman, Arts Council Young People, Children and Education Award

Mark Stedman, Arts Council Young People, Children and Education Award

The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon
Deadline: 5:30pm, 19 August 2021

The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon has opened applications for their Young People, Children and Education Project Award 2022 (YPCE). The purpose of the YPCE Project Award is to support artists to develop and deliver ambitious and original projects with and for children and young people. Projects may be interdisciplinary or focused on a specific artform. The maximum award is for €80,000.

This award has four strands. You should choose the strand that is most suitable for your project proposal. You may only apply to one strand:

  • Strand 1: Early Childhood Project Award – Ambitious and original projects that engage children aged 0–6 in the arts.
  • Strand 2: Childhood Project Award – Ambitious and original projects that engage children aged 7–12 in the arts.
  • Strand 3: Transitions Project Award – Ambitious and original projects that enable children and young people to engage in the arts. This may involve transitioning into or out of secondary education, between Junior and Senior Cycle (Transition Year), or into further education or the field of work.
  • Strand 4: Connections Project Award – Projects that connect young artists and recent graduates aged 18+ with established arts organisations and arts infrastructure in Ireland.

Deadline: 5:30pm, 19 August 2021

For more information or to apply for this award, see www.artscouncil.ie/Funds/Young-People,-Children-and-Education-Project-Award/.

Artforms

Multi-art form

School Level

Early Years

Region

Nationwide