Pat O’Doherty, Chief Executive of ESB with his two-year-old granddaughter Eve O’Doherty and Andrew Hetherington, Chief Executive, Business to Arts, pictured painting a sustainable future with a 3D artwork by artist Mark Cronin at the announcement of ESB’s Brighter Future Arts Fund. The €250,000 fund will support artists working collaboratively on creative ideas that will engage the public in a positive way around sustainability and the energy transition. For full details and how to apply visit: www.esb.ie/arts Picture: Conor McCabe
Artists in Co Longford planning to apply for project funding from the new ESB Brighter Future Arts Fund, in partnership with Business to Arts, have until 5pm on Wednesday, September 8 to submit their application online.
The €250,000 fund is open to artists working with organisations on creative ideas that will engage the public in a positive way around the energy transition.
These artworks and arts projects can be in any art form that takes place on the island of Ireland including visual arts, spoken word, music, theatre and much more. Potential project themes include environmental sustainability, engaging communities around climate change, sustainable development goals and imagining what a brighter future might look like.
For more information on the fund and for details on how to apply, visit: www.businesstoarts.ie/artsfund/esb/ .
There was a great atmosphere around Longford town’s Market Square last Wednesday afternoon as volunteers and walkers from Mary’s Meals were welcomed to the county.
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