Applications are now open for Meitheal, a new initiative by Branar

Applications are now open for Meitheal, a new initiative by Branar

Monday, 31 January 2022, 4.00pm

Meitheal is a creative supports initiative committed to the development, creation & presentation of performing arts for young audiences across Ireland. Devised and initiated by Branar, this is a pilot scheme funded by the Arts Council.

Meitheal supports are divided into two distinct strands to help artists at different stages in the development of their work. These strands are "Seed & Sow" and "Nurture & Grow".

"Seeds and Sow" is for early concept development across the performing arts disciplines.

"Nurture and Grow" is for further development of potential or existing productions.

Further information and application forms can be found at
The deadline for submissions is Monday the 31st of January at 4pm.

Meitheal is supported by Arts Council Ireland Creative Production Services Award.

Meitheal Partners: Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar; Draiocht, Blanchardstown; The Lime Tree Theatre and Belltable Theatre, Limerick; Mermaid, County Wicklow Arts Centre, Roscommon Arts Centre, Roscommon; Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge; The Ark, Dublin; Galway County Council, Galway City Council, Baboró International Arts Festival for Children, Galway; Belfast Children's Festival & Young at Art, Belfast; Maiden Voyage Dance, Belfast;  Catherine Wheels Theatre Company, UK.

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