Clare County Library

Clare County Library Service is a publicly funded resource to be used for information, learning, culture and the imagination thereby improving the intellectual and cultural quality of life of the community, and is crucial in achieving equality of access to the benefits of the information society.

Clare Museum

Clare Museum is one of the ten county museums in the Republic of Ireland (Donegal, Monaghan, Cavan, Louth, Cork, Tipperary South, Kerry, Limerick and Waterford).

The establishment of Clare Museum is in line with the National Heritage Council's policy to see a systematic development of local authority based county museum structures.

Our main aim is to collect, store, preserve, exhibit and interpret the material culture of County Clare.

Community Arts Forum (CAF)

Connecting Creativity and Community

Community Arts Partnership takes the lead in the promotion, development and delivery of community arts practice in Northern Ireland. We are an independent advocate for community arts and offer the widest possible range of assistance and opportunity to get creative and engage in community-based arts activity.

Our mission is to take the lead in the promotion, development and delivery of community arts practice, to affect positive change.

Courthouse Arts Centre

Our aims are:

To develop Tinahely and the south Wicklow region by providing a programme of arts events that both satisfy and challenge local needs and tastes; through visual art exhibitions, touring professional theatre and local amateur theatre, musical concerts of all types, film showings, childen's and young people's drama classes, and other classes in the arts.

To make all of the above accessible to all segments of society.

Crafts Council of Ireland Ltd

The Crafts Council of Ireland is the national design and economic development organisation for the craft industry in Ireland. The Council acts on the industry's behalf advising government and state agencies on issues affecting the industry, in assisting the industry in promotion and marketing and in vocational craft and design training.


CREATE is a leading arts support organisation, providing services for arts development and practice in Ireland.

Services - focused on standards of practice and sustainable development - are aimed at arts practitioners, arts organisations and arts projects irrespective of their area of practice or programme.

We provide advice on project planning, strategic management, funding and best practice. We also offer training in a variety of areas.

We are a membership
organisation and offer a referrals service to members for employment and projects.

Crooked House Theatre Company

Crooked House is a not-for-profit organisation that develops new work in collaboration with international partners (Royal National Theatre London, Teatro della Limonaia, Florence; Grupo Nanou, Ravenna).

They have premiered new work by leading and emerging international playwrights including Mark Ravenhill and Enda Walsh. The company is an ensemble of theatre makers, with an internationally recognised youth theatre company (called KILDARE YOUTH THEATRE) and a children's drama workshop.


Cultúr is a voluntary organisation in County Meath that celebrates cultural diversity through education, sport, music and drama.

Cultúr was established in 2004 with the main purpose of promoting a multicultural Meath and facilitating the smooth integration of foreign nationals who have chosen to live in this country into Irish society.

Cultúr brings people from different backgrounds and walks of life together. Members and volunteers join their time and efforts in order to:

Dance Theatre of Ireland

Dance Theatre of Ireland is a professional dance company which is transforming lives through the art of dance.  Based in a purpose-built Centre for Dance in Dún Laoghaire, we have extensive Arts & Health, Community and Educational Outreach programs in dance, working locally, nationally and internationally.  The Centre for Dance has some 1500 people of all ages engaged in participatory dance activities throughout the year, and the Company delivers over 200 Educational Outreach workshops annually.

Dublin Community Television

Owned and controlled by the people of Dublin, community television will on the one side provide affordable access to transmission, training, and basic production equipment and facilities, and on the other yield a wealth of innovative, creative, educational and entertaining programmes that focus on real people and communities in all their diversity.

We aim to achieve this through Dublin Community Television Channel which focuses on transmission, training and production access.