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Arts Council launches 2010/11 Annual Review

Arts and Culture Minister Carál Ní Chuilín joined Noirin McKinney, Arts Council Director of Arts Development, at Parliament Buildings to launch the Arts Council’s Annual Review 2010-11.

The annual review details how the Arts Council has distributed its funds over the past 12 months and gives a flavour of the year’s activities by the hundreds of artists and arts organisations supported through its funding programmes.

The publication launch took place at the opening of an exhibition in parliament buildings earlier this week of the Arts Council’s Contemporary Art in Northern Ireland Collection.

Noirin McKinney, Director of Arts Development at the Arts Council, commented: “We are delighted that the Minister was able to come along to the Exhibition to help us launch our Annual Review. She is aware of the arts sector’s many significant achievements over the last 12 months and of the many challenges that lie ahead. Looking ahead, 2012-13 will be redefining times for Northern Ireland. We will be working with our partners to transform Northern Ireland into a must-see tourist destination and helping the Northern Ireland Executive to deliver the new Programme for Government, particularly in the support we provide to the creative industries.”

Commenting on the annual review, Arts Minister Carál Ní Chuilín said :  « It has been another impressive year for the Arts Council and I welcome the opportunity to show my support. »

Highlights of the Annual Review of the Arts 2011/12:

  • The re-opening of two of Belfast’s landmark arts buildings, The Lyric and The Crescent Arts Centre
  • The Arts Council launched two new arts programmes -the Artists Career Enhancement Scheme (ACES) and the Arts and Older People’s Programme.
  • Belfast’s third annual Culture Night welcomes 15,000 visitors
  • Derry~Londonderry awarded 2013 UK City of Culture title
  • The Fair Deal for the Arts campaign helped to deliver a better than anticipated settlement for the four year period. Facing a proposed cut of £4.2million the local arts sector rallied together to campaign for a better deal for the arts and saw a budget of £1.4million was reinstated for capital projects and the threatened cut was reduced to £1.4million.

Click here to download the annual review

Click here to find out more about the Arts Council’s Contemporary Art in Northern Ireland Collection  

Source : Arts Council of Northen Irland.

Filed under: Ingénieries, Outils, Politiques culturelles, Ressources

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