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We help you form meaningful relationships with your stakeholders through events, commissions, volunteering and engagement programmes, and more.

A crowd of clients and stakeholders at Business to Arts’ ‘Placemaking’ event supported by Linesight and CBRE at the RHA Annual Exhibition in June 2022.

A crowd of clients and stakeholders at Business to Arts’ ‘Placemaking’ event supported by Linesight and CBRE at the RHA Annual Exhibition in June 2022.

Our Capabilities


We connect business people looking to join an arts board with the right-fit governance opportunity.

Returning Home Exhibition - a collaboration between the Simon Communities of Ireland and Graphic Design Studio supported by HLB Ireland. Credit: Susan Early

Pro-Bono Programme

A programme to facilitate knowledge transfer between the corporate and cultural sectors using existing or newly created pro-bono supports from our business members.

Business to Arts members take part in a facilitated strategy discussion as part of ‘Designing the Future’ a Business to Arts event in collaboration with Irish Architecture Foundation. Photo: Allen Kiely

Bespoke Events

We work with our members to create unique experiences that draw on the imagination and perspective of our cultural network.

CBRE’s Managing Director Myles Clarke, and Linesight Board Member and former Group CMO Fiona D’Arcy introduce Business to Arts’ ‘Placemaking’ event at the RHA Annual Exhibition in June 2022.

Related Case Studies

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Accenture’s Women on Walls

An ongoing campaign to address inequality through representation of trailblazing women in portraiture in Ireland’s leading academic institutions.

A collection of commissioned portraits of five inspirational females from the world of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) will be unveiled at the virtual launch of Accenture’s Women on Walls at DCU in celebration of International Women’s Day (Monday, March 8th).In collaboration with Accenture and Business to Arts, the portraits are in recognition of the ground-breaking work of Beatrice Alice Hicks, Katherine Johnson, Dr Marie Maynard Daly and Irish duo Kay McNulty and Dame Kathleen Lonsdale. Photo: Conor McCabe
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Bank of Ireland Begin Together Arts Fund

A donor-advised fund granting €1 million to sustain artists, arts organisations, and their local communities.

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Iconic Offices NSQ2 Art Collection

A bespoke art collection for a new co-working space in Cork’s Albert Quay featuring regional artists and printmakers.

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Related Insights

A large artwork by artist & illustrator Chris Judge, located on Custom House Quay in Dublin 1 was unveiled in 2017 as part of the Docklands Arts Fund

The 2022 Business to Arts Private Investment in the Arts Summary Report

Launched in late 2022, our seventh Private Investment in the Arts Report is our annual sectoral intelligence report derived from data and sentiments captured via our annual Business to Arts Awards process.

Artist James Early for Tropical Fruit Warehouse, IPUT

The Art of ESG: Social Impact Through The Arts

Discover how businesses are meeting ESG goals through an unconventional approach that differentiates your reporting.

DIGITAL NATIVE (2020) Video Still, Nadia J. Armstrong

Pushing Boundaries in Digital Art: Accenture Bursary Recipient's Vision

Nadia J. Armstrong is a visual artist working with performance, 3D composition, AI, and expanded video installation. She won the inaugural Accenture Digital Innovation in Art Bursary in 2022. We sat down with her to explore her work and progress since then.

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