South Dublin County Council

Deontais Ealaíon & Duais-Sparántachtaí


Schools Cultural Awards 2017










This 2017 Creative Ireland South Dublin initiative seeks to support both primary schools and second level Schools in the county to develop programmes and projects in the disciplines of Drama, Dance and Visual Arts that will enrich arts practice in schools in the county. The maximum amount of any award is €2000. Five awards will be made in 2017.

This award is made possible under Pillar Two of the Creative Ireland Programme for 2017 - Enabling Creativity in Every Community. Creative Ireland South Dublin - Culture and Creativity 2017 has emerged through the inspirational Creative Ireland Programme that supports greater investment in our children, our communities, our creative industries and our cultural infrastructure.

Recent highlights in the county for 2017, include the inaugural Crinniú na Cásca (Easter Monday), and Ruaille Buaille, the Lucan Childrens Music Festival, the opening of the Round Tower Interpretative Centre in Clondalkin and the opening of the digital library hub in Palmerston.

South Dublin County Council now wish to announce, Creative Irelands Schools Cultural Award for 2017

Completed applications should be sent to:

Closing Date for receipt of completed applications: Friday 6th October 2017 at 1pm