Altering States: Aspects of Irish Arts Abroad
Contributors: Christine Sisk (Culture Ireland, CEO), artist and curator John Stephenson, Catherine Marshall, Independent Curator and writer, Anna Walsh (Director of Theatre Forum) and Eugene Downes (Director of Kilkenny Arts Festival)
Altering States: Funding and Sponsorship
Contributors include Joanna Keane (Listowel Writers Week), Louis Marcus (film maker) and Andrew Heatherington (Business to Arts)
Altering States: Aspects of Patronage
Aspects of patronage and of funding the arts with Aoife Ruane, Director of The Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda, and Jacquie Moore, OPW Assistant Art Advisor.
Altering States: 100 Years of the Arts in Ireland
Aspects of Regional Development of the Arts: with Joanna Keane, a student from the National College of Art, Shane O'Toole, Christopher Morash, Thomas Kilroy, Gary Hynes, Johanne Mullan and Elizabeth White.
Altering States: Dance & Music in the Arts
Artists from Elsewhere settling into Ireland – a Dancer , the Radio Éireann Symphony Orchestra and composer John Wilson. Contributors are Anica Louw, Pat O’Kelly, Brian O’Rourke and Mark FitzGerald.
Altering States in the Arts
The National Library of Ireland, the National Museum of Ireland and the National Gallery of Ireland and how they fared following Irish Independence. Contributors are Pat Cooke, Marie Bourke and Gerry Long
Altering States: Archiving and the Arts
Jonathan Grimes, Donna Romano, Jennifer Fitzgibbon, Anna-Maria Habja and Catherine Foley on the archives of the Contemporary Music Centre, the National Irish Visual Arts Library and the National Dance Archive
Altering States: the Arts and Education
John Coolahan, Ita Beausang, Martin Gale and Helen O'Donoghue on the Arts and Education in 20th Century Ireland
Altering States: Where We Encountered the Arts
Gary Hynes, Colm Ó Briain, Ellen Rowley, Catherine Marshall and more consider cinemas, theatres and other 20th Century arts venues
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