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Recruiting a new Arts Portfolio Manager now - could it be you?

Are you deeply engaged in the arts sector in Ireland and do you have a passion for developing people and organisational resilience?

Could you drive a dynamic arts capacity and capability-building programme to play a critical role in the sustainability of our Arts members?

Join the team at Business to Arts as the Arts Portfolio Manager.

The deadline for applications is 5.00 pm on Tues 25th June 2024.

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Business to Arts Awards 2024 opens nominations for outstanding creative partnerships

Applications are open from 21st March to April 30th. The Business to Arts 2024 Awards will take place on Monday, 9th September at the National Concert Hall

Galway Community Circus Life Line Photo by Emilija Jefremova

Sample-Studios Cork & Galway Community Circus selected to take part in the Fundraising Fellowship Ireland

Business to Arts in partnership with the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport, and Media has announced that Sample-Studios Cork and Galway Community Circus have been selected to participate in the Fundraising Fellowship, Ireland programme, following an open call for applications in November 2023.

Pictured as the Begin Together Arts Fund announces the latest round of funding are artists Alan Tarpey, Jenny Stafford and Clement Yang along with Deirdre Kennelly Connections Arts Centre Collective Manager, Louise O’Reilly, CEO Business to Arts, Paula Murphy, Group Director of Brand & Sponsorship Bank of Ireland and Miriam Spollen CEO & Founder Connections Arts Centre. Photo credit: Conor McCabe

Arts Organisations begin new year with boost from Bank of Ireland

A number of arts organisations across the island of Ireland are beginning 2024 with a funding boost from Bank of Ireland’s Begin Together Arts Fund, delivered in partnership with Business to Arts.

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Welcoming new team members to Business to Arts

Exciting times this week as we welcome fabulous new team members who are pulsing with energy and enthusiasm to help us connect the corporate and cultural sectors through purposeful partnerships.

As Business to Arts looks to the future with Catalyst, our new five-year strategy, we believe we have assembled a wonderful team full of the expertise to add value to your memberships and to drive an even greater impact across the arts sector and for wider society.

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Best New Website at IDI Awards 2023

This website won an Institute of Designers Ireland Award 2023 for the thinking around information design/architecture, content design, and interaction design to facilitate a clear, focused, and pleasing website. Judges were also impressed by the efforts to design a more sustainable website, taking into account the carbon footprint of the website in design decisions.

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Business to Arts Leadership Forum 2023 in association with PwC

Strong leadership aligned behind a clear purpose was cited as one of the key enablers of successful transformation in business at the recent Business to Arts Leadership Forum, in association with PwC yesterday. The event featured an all-star leadership panel on the theme ‘Innovation Meets Creativity: Driving Change Together'. Clarity of purpose, communication, diversity, and sustainability emerged as key factors for transformation success.

Celebrating winning partnerships at the Business to Arts Awards 2023 were: Sanctuary Resident Artist Jerome Jefferson Kiyemba; Louise O’Reilly, Business to Arts; Karina Howley, KPMG; Maureen Kenneally, Arts Council; James Lennertz, Biomarin; Sanctuary Resident Artist Catarina Araújo; Robert Read, National Concert Hall and Sanctuary Resident Artist Neo Gilson. Photo: Conor McCabe Photography.

The Winners of the 2023 Business to Arts Awards have been Announced!

Social inclusion and climate-focused partnerships honoured at this year’s Business to Arts Awards

Business to Arts Awards sculptor for 2023 Chloe Lennon with her piece 'Equilibrium' and Kenny Jacobs, Chief Executive, daa at Dublin Airport. Photo: Sasko Lazarov

The 2023 Business to Arts Awards shortlist is now live!

The 2023 Business to Arts Awards shortlist highlights access to the creative arts and strong support from construction sector

Image: Emma O'Hara, Light Hits, 2023, Oil Bar Collage, 50 x 60 cm

Business to Arts supports our patron CBRE on ‘Elevate’ charity art exhibition and auction

Business to Arts supports CBRE on ‘Elevate’ art auction in aid of Barnardos, Ireland’s Children’s Charity

I MAKE THESE PROMISES SOLEMNLY, FREELY AND UPON MY HONOUR, 2020, Mary A. KellyOil on canvas. RCSI Art Award recipient 2019.

RCSI launches new Arts Strategy supported by Business to Arts

The strategy is aimed at further enhancing the role of art in enriching the learning environment at the university.

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