The Limerick Culture & Arts Department is funded by Limerick City and County Council, the Arts Council of Ireland, and the Department of the Culture, Heritage & the Gaeltacht.
Information on Limerick City Gallery of Art
This annual award marks Michael Hartnett’s contribution to literature in English and Irish.
Cultural Strategy Framework 2016-2030 for Limerick City and County Council
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The Stony Thursday Book is seeking submissions from local, national and international poets for its next issue, to be published in 2019.
Cultural and Arts Publications
Currently closed for applications.
Future application opportunities will be published here when available.
Report for Grants Under the Arts Act recommendations, Limerick Culture & Arts Office, City and County Allocations 2018.
Aims and Objectives from Limerick Culture & Arts Office, the Creative Ireland programme, and the Arts Council
Limerick Culture and Creative Strategies 2018-2022 | Straitéis Chultúir agus Chruthaitheachta 2018–2022
On Wednesday 12th September 2018 An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar launched the Culture and Creative Strategies 2018-2022 for each local authority in Ireland including Limerick.
The stories of families in Limerick who earned their living from fishing, mainly salmon, along the banks of the River Shannon, from the city to the estuary have been captured in a new film.
Culture Night comprises of hundreds of events across Ireland and overseas. From the nation’s capital to county towns, everyone’s getting involved.
A big 'Thank You' to all who took part in Limerick Culture Night 2018 on Fri Sept 21!
Limerick City and County Council are pleased to announce the continued support for creatives with the 2019 Limerick International Mobility Awards.
Limerick City and County Council is supporting a 1-month residency for an artist of any discipline who is based in Limerick. Closing date 10th January 2019.
Call for applications for the Artists Development Programme 2019 “Urban rejuvenation: Limerick as a source of inspiration” | EIB Institute
The European Investment Bank (EIB) Institute is looking for a visual artist (born after 1 January 1984) from an EU Member State to work on the theme of “Urban rejuvenation: Limerick as a source of inspiration”.