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Community Arts Partnership is organising three...

12 January 2016

The Arts Council has committed an additional 100,000 to the Intercultural Arts Programme for the 2016/17 period from its Lottery funding, primarily to take forward the Intercultural Arts Grants Programme.


Grants from £10,000 to £20,000 are available for projects of up to a 2 year duration and it is anticipated that there will be support for 4/5 projects in this application round


These information days are for constituted community and voluntary groups working at a local level across ethnically diverse communities and arts organisations with experience or interest in working in the area of Intercultural Arts

These seminars will provide information about:

Participants will be provided with a pack on Cultural Competence and there will be information about interculturalism, an intercultural approach and the benefits  arising from such an approach.

At the event participants will have an opportunity to

- Network and to explore possibilities for collaboration
- Learn about the Arts Council Intercultural Arts Grant Programme
- Learn about the Arts Council Small grants
- Learn about other potential funding.
- Learn from examples of intercultural projects and their benefit for individuals, neighbourhoods and society.


  • From 10:30am to 1pm: Seminar style and opportunity for networking
  • From 1pm to 1:30pm: Light lunch
  • From 1:30pm to 3pm: Opportunity for networking and one to one funding clinic

Dates, times and venues:

Friday 15th January, from 10am to 3pm.
The Marketplace,
Market Street
Co. Armagh
BT61 7BW.

Tuesday 19th January, from 10am to 3pm.
The Guildhall,
Guildhall St,
BT48 6DQ.

Thursday 21st January, from 10am to 3pm.
Ulster Scots Agency,
The Corn Exchange
31 Gordon Street
BT1 2LG.


If you are interested in any of these seminars, and wish to register please send an email to