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									  Number              Organisation         Funding     Grant      Match Amount to be
                                           Category   allocated   Multiple raised
12 /102 / V001     Temple Bar Gallery          I        4,137       2      8,274


12/103/ V002     Little Museum of Dublin      III      10,750       4       43,000




12/104/V003           Macnas Ltd              I        5,000        2       10,000




12/108/V004       Lets Do it Galway Ltd      IV        20,000       5       100,000




12/106/V005      Monica Loughman Ballet       I        5,000        2       10,000




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12/109/V006   Draoicht, Blanchardstown   I    5,000    2      10,000




12/110/V007   Cork Community Art Link    I    5,000    2      10,000
                     Limited




12/111/V008    Gaze Film Festival Ltd    II   6,500    3      21,400




12/112/V009    Dublin Theatre Festival   IV   20,000   5      100,000




12/105/V010    Wexford Festival Trust    V    20,000   5      100,000




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12/114/V011   The Model, home of The   I    5,000    2      10,000
                 Niland Collection




12/113/V012      Ouroboros Ireland     II   7,000    3      21,000


12/115/V013         Cill Rialaig       II   10,000   3      30,000


12/107/V014           Baboró           I    5,000    2      10,000




12/101/V015    Portumna Arts Group     I    3,000    2       6,000

12/118/V016    Blue Teapot Theatre     I    5,000    2      10,000




12/116/V017    Boston College Active   IV   20,000   5      100,000
                     research




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  12/120/V018      Nat Irish Visual Arts   I   2,260   2       4,520
                    Library (NIVAL)


  12/121/V019     Waterford Healing Arts   I   2,000   2       4,000
                          Trust




12/123/V020     Temple Bar Traders         I   5,000   2      10,000




12/124/V021     First Fortnight            I   5,000   2      10,000




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12/126/V022         Charlie Chaplin Comedy   I    5,000      2      10,000
                    Festival




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     Totals                                      175,647            638,194

Multiple of funding implied                           3.63
Target                                                2.40




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                               Project

Temple Bar Gallery to work with a leading Irish Artist to commission
a temporary public artwork in 2012 to last 3 years on the building
facade.
The little Museum of Dublin launched its annual Dublin Lectures
series. The lectures are designed with a simple remit: to explore the
history of Dublin and her people. Once a month up to 100 guests are
given a Directors Tour of the Little Museum, followed by the
evening’s lecture.
Macnas have created an ‘8 year old boy explorer’ (puppet 15ft high)
show and plans to visit four designated primary schools around
Ireland. This production itself involves a core team of 9 artists who
work as puppeteers, performers and production crew. Macnas
presents a show and facilitates workshops as part of the Boy Explorer
visit to the school. The children’s work will be collated and form part
of an ongoing nationwide project.
Delivery of ceremonies for the Volvo Ocean Race An Arts and
Culture event including the creation of a world renowned Street
Theatre to include Macnas, Els Comediants and The Galway Gospel
Choir to name a few.
Monica Loughman ballet is a National ballet company with an
indigenous roster of over 70 dancers. Monica proposes to host the
Nutcracker ballet in the Convention Centre, Dublin this December,
which is a beautiful family event which in most countries is the main-
stay of the National ballet calendar.




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Spréacha is Dríocht’s International arts programme for children aged
2 to 12 years which are perfect for school groups and families with
events programmed in and out of school time located in the Dublin 15
area. As part of this years programme, Draiocht will bring ‘Kinder –
The Adventurous Life of Icelandic Sheep’ an Italian TPO company to
Draiocht in June, 2012.
Cork Community Art Link is one of Ireland’s leading Community
Arts organisations established in 1993 that develops arts projects and
programmes in Cork City. The Dragon of Shandon Parade takes place
on the night of October 31st in the heart of Shandon, Cork City. The
parade celebrates the ancient Gaelic tradition of Samhain with floats
and puppets with the highlight of the evening parade - a giant
Dragon.
GAZE - Dublins’s Annual International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual &
Transgender Film Festival. It is the largest LGBT film festival in the
country, showcasing the best in local and international LGBT cinema
every August Bank Holiday weekend.
In 2012 Dublin Theatre Festival plans to invite US ensemble The
Wooster Group to Ireland to perform Shakespeare’s Hamlet and
multi award winning company The Corn Exchange propose to
perform James Joyce’s Dubliners.
Wexford Festival Opera continues to be recognised as one of the most
prestigious and iconic cultural events in Ireland, with an unrivalled
national and international reputation for excellence in the opera
production, while making an increasing contribution to Ireland’s
cultural tourism revenues.




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The Model proposes to work with Dutch artist Bart Lodewijks to
realise an unusual public art drawing project in Sligo's urban spaces.
The line drawings will connect the city through a journey of chalk
lines on Sligo's public and private buildings. The final work will
traverse and connect the city of Sligo through a web of intricate and
layered line drawings, creating a cultural map of the city. Through
these simple line drawings, new and intriguing connections between
Sligo's diverse community will be formed.
In the centenary of Bram Stoker's death, Ouroboros Theatre’s
production of “Stoker” will take place in Stokers Alma mater,
Samuel Beckett Theatre, Trinity College, Dublin.
The Artists' Homcoming will be a large Arts Festival and international
gathering of artists in Ballinskelligs, Co. Kerry, celebrating Cill
Rialaig's 21st anniversary
Baboró is Irelands’s International Arts Festival for Children and
Families based in Galway city. Their work includes both English and
Irish language theatre and literature events and will feature work by
11 Irish based producers e.g. Fíbín, Donegal youth Orchestra & Choir,
and Púca Puppets. The Arts Festival for Children is running in
October.
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The Shorelines Arts Festival 2012 will take place on the 20th to 23
of September in a variety of venues within Portumna
This production takes one through the lives of the characters in this
beautiful play. Poignant, funny and realistic, Sanctuary opens a
window into the lives and relationships of people with Intellectual
Disabilities and the obstacles they must overcome to be together.
The project will, in partnership with RTE and other national
institutions produce a fortnightly historic newspaper chronicling the
decade of commemoration. It will embrace a understanding of
Ireland’s historic and cultural past, which will be made available via
the most contemporary social and technological media.




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Dorothy Walker (1929-2002) was a highly influential art critic, author
and broadcaster. The Dorothy Walker Online Archive Project will
catalogue, preserve and enhance public access to a uniquely important
cultural heritage archive.
WHAT has commissioned him to develop a body of work for
exhibition. Artist In Residence, Martin Fahy will work with patients
and staff from the Cardiac Rehab, Cardiology and Coronary Care
units of the hospital to gather their stories and memories about when
they learned something by heart. Martin will interpret these stories
and create an exhibition of artwork based on these ideas and the
theme of the heart. The exhibition will include sculptural pieces, hand-
made books based on the heart and large scale prints of pages from
these books. The exhibition will take place from September - October
2012.
This event will be on All Souls Night, November 1st 2012 in
Werbergh Street Church. A programme for this event is being
developed working alongside Dr Eibhlin Evans Director of the Flying
Book Club to create a programme that will include a brief talk on
Dublin’s Gothic writing, Music by The Crux ensemble and an
organist, A reading of WB Yeats ‘All Souls Night’ and a performance
of Sheridan LeFanu’s ‘An Account of some strange disturbances in
Aungier Street’.
First Fortnight is a project organised by a small team of seven
volunteers that aims to challenge and change prejudicial attitudes and
discriminatory behaviour towards mental health problems. First
Fortnight will rebrand how we talk about, interact with and behave
towards mental health. Through the medium of music, arts –
photography, theatre and the spoken word – they encourage
conversations about mental health in places and spaces that are cool,
inviting and accessible.




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This is the second year of the festival. A packed programme of events
is being finalised and will include screenings of Chaplin’s films,
dynamic street entertainment, mime artists and stand up comedy,
parades, fire-eaters and the best of live music. A Tramps Ball will
kick off the event on Thursday the 23rd to mark the opening night.
Also on Saturday the 25th there will be an enthralling Gala event
ceremony, incorporating a full entertainment programme including the
presentation of the alternate ‘Oscar’ the ‘Charlie’ for the film
competition. Workshops will also operate throughout the festival




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