Arts-Culture-Heritage

Near90fm

Near90fm is an BCI licensed, communally owned, not-for-profit media project. It is operated by a democratic co-operative, open to all organisations and individuals in Dublin North-East.

Programming incorporates a positive emphasis on areas such as facilitating and supporting community development, providing access and providing a platform to a wide range of local groups.

RADE (Recovery through Arts, Drama and Education)

RADE Ltd (Recovery through Arts, Drama and Education) is a community employment scheme based in Dublin which engages substance mis-users with arts activities such as drama, art, tai chi, film production and creative writing.

The purpose of RADE is to train participants in arts activities designed to facilitate and encourage them in progression routes such as employment, further education and training. All of our activities will improve the quality of life by enhancing:

Raidió na Life

Bunaíodh Raidió na Life 106.4 fm i 1993 chun seirbhís raidió lán-Ghaeilge a sholáthar do Bhaile Átha CliathDoras 7 Cearnóg Mhuirfean  agus an ceantar máguaird ar bhonn oideachasúil agus pobail.

Craoltar raon leathan cláracha mar chuid den sceideal i rith na seachtaine, agus is féidir éisteacht le roinnt de na cláracha sin ar an idirlíon. Tá thart ar 13,000 éisteoir ag Raidió na Life 106.4 fm i mBaile Átha Cliath.

Raidió na Life 106.4 fm  was founded in 1993 to provide an Irish language radio service for Dublin and surrounding areas on an educational and community basis.

Signal Arts Centre

Signal Arts Centre was set up in July 1990 to address the lack of a focal point for the visual arts in Bray and North Wicklow generally and at the same time create a practical facility where artists could both develop their own work and make the arts readily accessible to the local community as a resource.

Signal in common with other arts organisations is registered with the CRO as a not-for-profit limited company having a voluntary board of directors who are charged with the responsibility for the centres development.

Sligo Traditional Singers Circle

Sligo Traditional Singing Circle  was set up to nurture and promote the art of traditional singing and storytelling in Sligo and surrounding areas. The Singing Circle welcomes all singers, storytellers and supporters to come enjoy, and join in the activities.

Sligo Traditional Singing Circle is a registered charity CHY17753

The Common Ground

The primary mission of The Common Ground is to promote and develop participation in the arts, as a means towards continually regenerating and affirming our community life. The Common Ground will act as a resource for all people resident within the Bluebell, Inchicore, Rialto and Kilmainham area and is concerned with developing relationships, deepening cultural understandings and practical co-operation with other communities and sectors of interest.

The Common Ground endeavours to achieve the above aims by:

The Fire Station Artists Studio

Fire Station provides subsidised combined living and working studios for Irish and international artists, large scale sculpture workshop facilities and training opportunities for artists. The Fire Station training programme has expanded to include digital and film training and we continue to host technical training and master classes which incorporate critical reflection.

The Gaiety School of Acting

The Gaiety School of Acting - The National Theatre School of Ireland is a Not for Profit organisation working in the Cultural sphere. Our message is to enhance Creativity and Confidence through the medium of performance. Our policy to train actors for the theatre, film and television industries.

The Heritage Council

The Heritage Council is a statutorily independent body, established under the Heritage Act, 1995, and funded by the Department of Arts, Heritage, Gaeltacht and the Islands.

The Council’s statutory functions include proposing policies and priorities for the identification, protection, preservation and enhancement of the national heritage.

The Irish Palatine Association

The Irish Palatine Association was established in 1989 to encourage and develop a sense of identity among Irish Palatine families and their descendants throughout the world.

In 1709 several hundred families of German origin settled in Ireland. Known as the Palatines, they established roots mainly in the Counties Limerick, Kerry, Tipperary and Wexford.

The MART Gallery & Studios

MART is an artist-led organisation founded by Matthew Nevin & Ciara Scanlan, and supported by core members through an ethos of cooperation. Since 2007 MART has sought to create opportunities by conceiving creative platforms to support artists from all stages of their careers to test new ground. In 2013 MART began a project to renovate the fire station in Rathmines, Dublin and now supports over 90 members in 6 studio buildings, and includes a Gallery, Project Space and International residency.