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Arts Information and Advice

Local authorities may provide information and advice about the arts and arts events by publishing newsletters, distributing leaflets, publishing information on social media and websites, or sending email alerts.

Art & Culture Newsletters

“To stay up to date on what's going on in Tipperary's Artistic Communities, check out our latest Newsletter below.

If you wish to be included on our Arts Office newsletter mailing list, please email artsoffice@tipperarycoco.ie with "Subscribe" in the subject line.

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Do you have Information for inclusion in one of our upcoming Newsletters?
 
The aim of our newsletters is to highlight the work of Tipperary County Council Arts Office, work by Tipperary artists / groups throughout the County and opportunities / events of national significance. 

In order to submit information for inclusion in our Newsletters:
Please send us your information in word version to artsoffice@tipperarycoco.ie with the text ‚ "Next Arts Newsletter" in the subject line. 

Submit your text only information under the following headings:

  • Title entry: (10 words or less) Short title to grab people's attention
  • Main entry: (500 words max.) The main content of your submission, make sure to include dates, location, cost (if any) – an image in .jpg version.
  • Contact info: (100 words max.) A contact name, phone number, email are essential. Please send your information as text only, no PDFs etc as these items cannot be included

WHAT’S ON IN TIPP CALENDAR

www.whatsonintipp.ie is an online festival calendar to highlight and promote Festivals and Events across Tipperary which has been developed by Tipperary County Council.

In addition to being a promotional tool for events taking place throughout  Tipperary, this online festival calendar will also facilitate organisers in  planning event dates by providing an accessible reference point for as many of the County’s Cultural, Community and Sporting events as possible, acting as a “clash” calendar for organisers when setting dates for festivals and events.

The calendar is easy to use and organisers can register their events on the website.  Cultural, Community and Sporting events are  categorised under a range of headings and users may search by date or type of event.  Categories include: Arts; Children’s; Family; Comedy; Exhibitions; Fairs; Shows; Markets; Festival; Film; Heritage; Historical; Lectures; Readings; Music; Theatre, Sports & Outdoors.

To submit an event please visit this link: https://whatsonintipp.ie/form/submit-event

Tipperary Artist Directory

Professional artists living and/or working in County Tipperary may apply to join this directory by completing the application form in the website:

Website: https://tipperaryarts.ie/

32 artists who have worked with the Arts Office at this pilot stage are currently showcased on the directory and we look forward to welcoming many more professional artists to the platform in the coming weeks, artists can apply to join the platform through the website. This directory was developed in a collaboration between Tipperary Arts Office, the Information Technology Department of Tipperary County Council and Denise McDonagh, Creative Producer. 

Related Information

Tipperary Arts Office Child Safeguarding Statement

Tipperary Arts Office is committed to ensuring that children are protected and kept safe from harm whilst they are engaged in any activity associated with the Arts Office. This includes ensuring appropriate policies and procedures are in place and that any concerns are reported and recorded appropriately.

These policies have been developed in line with the requirements under the:

Tipperary Arts Strategy

Tipperary Arts Strategy 2023 - 2027, Tipperary A Place for the Arts is available in English and Irish below. This new Arts Strategy for Tipperary, through which we will IMAGINE, INSPIRE and INVEST in the future of the arts, has been developed through conversation and dialogue with the sector and the communities on which it will impact in the coming years. We are grateful to all who contributed to its development through engagement with our arts team.

 

When the Orchestra came to the Castles

Tipperary’s most historic castles welcomed one of the world’s leading orchestras at the weekend for two very special performances and “changeable” weather did nothing to dampen spirits

Ormond Castle in Carrick on Suir and Cahir Castle were the locations as the Irish Chamber Orchestra debuted their collaboration with Grammy nominated guitarist Jimmy Smyth and vocalist Karrie Holmes for two free concerts presented by CWB Productions with the support of Tipperary County Council and the OPW under the Local Live Performance Programming Scheme.

Contact the Arts Office

Arts Officer:
Melanie Scott,
melanie.scott@tipperarycoco.ie
Tel: 0818 06 5000

Assistant Arts Officer:
Fiona Flavin
fiona.flavin@tipperarycoco.ie
0818 06 5000

Arts Strategy A Place for the Arts

This new Arts Strategy for Tipperary, through which we will IMAGINE, INSPIRE and INVEST in the future of the arts, has been developed through conversation and dialogue with the sector and the communities on which it will impact in the coming years. We are grateful to all who contributed to its development through engagement with our arts team.