Creative Ireland

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. Limerick has its own Creative Ireland Strategy and initiatives.

31 Local Authorities launch five-year Culture Creativity Strategies
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, Minister Eoghan Murphy, Minister Josepha Madigan & Tania Banotti, Director Creative Ireland Programme with representatives from each of the 31 Local Authorities at the launch of the Culture & Creativity Strategies. (Pic:Reg Gordon)

Limerick Culture and Creative Strategies 2018-2022 | Straitéis Chultúir agus Chruthaitheachta 2018–2022

This ambitious and innovative 5-year Culture and Creativity Strategy has been developed by the Limerick Culture Team and local Creative Ireland Programme coordinator, in consultation with local artists, creatives, cultural and heritage organisations, community groups, the creative industries, centres of education and schools. 

Creative Ireland - Made in Limerick Grants

Limerick City and County Council Culture Team open call for Limerick based creative practitioners, organisations and communities of place and interest* for Made in Limerick Grants funded by Creative Ireland.
The Creative Ireland Made in Limerick Grants 2021 are closed for applications.

Creative Ireland: Cruinniú na nÓg

An annual national day of creativity for children and young people, Cruinniú na nÓg, takes place on 12th June every year. Children and young people are invited to take part in a range of events and workshops created by Fresh Film for Limerick City and County Council.

Limerick’s Future Creators - Outside is Inside Now

Limerick's Future Creators is a collaboration between the young people of the Irish Aerial Creation Centre, Irish Chamber Orchestra Youth Orchestra, and Limrockers Cru hip hop dance group. Outside is Inside Now is a film created throughout 2020 and into 2021, planning and storyboarding it through Zoom meetings. It tells the story of the boredom and isolation of lockdowns, and finally coming together again in person.

This service is provided by

Arts Office

Phone +353 61 556370
Limerick City and County Council Headquarters, Merchants Quay, Limerick, V94 EH90