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Create are pleased to announce a NEW Artist in the Community (AIC) Scheme award for Recent Graduates, introduced in 2019.

Recent Graduate Research and Development Award (with Mentoring)

Recent Graduate artists are defined as those of any age, who have graduated from an undergraduate degree programme in the arts in the past three years and are interested in developing or exploring, or are establishing a professional career in collaborative arts practice. This award specifically targets emerging artists / practitioners who have completed their undergraduate degree and who are not in postgraduate studies at the time of the award. The maximum award is €2,500 of which a maximum of €750 is specifically to cover the cost of engaging a mentor. The time frame should be no longer than 5 months.

 

The next closing date for applications to the AIC Scheme (including this new Recent Graduate Research and Development Award) is the 29th July 2019. Please see our awards page for further details, application forms and guidelines.  

 

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