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Case Studies

Check out some highlights of our work with our members, as well as some best practice examples of collaborative arts and business partnerships in Ireland.

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RCSI Nursing and Midwifery Commission

A commission by RCSI to commemorate the 40th Annual International Nursing & Midwifery Research and Education Conference.

Sculptor John Rainey with his sculptures of Elizabeth O'Farrell and Florence Nightingale, commissioned by RCSI's Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery to mark the 40th Anniversary of the Faculty’s Research and Education Conference.
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‘Soar’ by Alva Gallagher commission for Arthur Cox

A commission by Arthur Cox for artist Alva Gallagher to create 'Soar,' an installation representing the firm's 100-year evolution.

Soar an artwork by Alva Gallagher commissioned in honour of the firm's centenary in situ at Arthur Cox's offices at Ten Earlsfort Terrace. Photo: Enda Cavanagh
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A&L Goodbody Writer-in-Residence Programme

A programme to improve creativity and literacy in a primary school in the Dublin Docklands.

Writer and Poet Catherine Ann Cullen with students from St. Joseph’s National School in East Wall. Catherine Ann was the A&L Goodbody 2016 Writer in Residence as part of the Docklands Arts Fund, in partnership with Business to Arts.
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Walker’s Photographer in Residence

A three-year programme engaging employees and schoolchildren with photography and their local environment.

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Dublin Port Company cultural strategy

We consulted on Dublin Port Company’s cultural strategy to re-engage the public with the port with a series of artistic commissions.

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