Culture and Arts
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.
This annual award marks Michael Hartnett’s contribution to literature in English and Irish.
Keep up to date on our Culture & Arts Office news and opportunities!
The Stony Thursday Book is seeking submissions from local, national and international poets for its next issue, to be published in 2019. Submissions are open until Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at 5pm.
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.
Invitation to Limerick Festivals for Expressions of Interest by Wed 13th March 2019, 5pm
Artist Studios and Apartments are affordable spaces for individuals to make work and allow artists to continue to live and work in Limerick.
Information about our current Culture and Arts funding schemes, bursaries and awards open to Limerick festivals, organisations, communities and individuals.
The Creative Ireland programme is a five-year all-of-Government initiative, from 2017 to 2022, to place creativity at the centre of public policy. It is guided by a vision that every person in Ireland will have the opportunity to realise their full creative potential.
Local and national strategies for Culture and the Arts, as well as other recent cultural reports, evaluations and publications.
Culture Night is an annual public event in September that celebrates culture, creativity and the arts. On Culture Night, arts and cultural organisations and venues open their doors and extend their opening hours, free of charge, to allow for increased access to the public.