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A self-guided history hunt across Dublin City Centre for young people, exploring history, architecture and little-known facts. Devised by Dervilia Roche, Dublin's first Historian-in-Residence for Children.
In 2020, leanamar orainn ag éisteacht, ag scrúdú agus ag foghlaim faoi phobal Bhaile Átha Cliath. Trí bheith ag obair le chéile, d’éirigh linn bealaí nua a aimsiú chun nasc a chruthú eadrainn trí chultúr agus comhrá.
We have built a database and map of Dublin's culture.
Natasha McKenna from Mason Hayes & Curran offers advice on corporate partnerships and how to forge a successful collaboration between business and arts.
Andrew Hetherington, Chief Executive of Business to Arts, recaps what Fundraising Fellowship is, its focus and what it can offer to cultural organisations in the long term.
Fundraising Fellow Muriel Foxton (Marketing & Fundraising Executive, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios) talks about building confident fundraising and how to successfully market your organisation.
Fundraising Fellow Anna McCarthy (Development Manager, Helium) talks about building confident fundraising and how to define your target audience.
Fundraising Fellow Chandrika Narayanan-Mohan (Marketing & Fundraising Executive, Fishamble: The New Play Company) talks about building confident fundraising and the importance of marketing to your organisation.
John McGrane, Director General of The British Irish Chamber of Commerce offers advice on building your network, and why a corporate might be interested in collaborating with a cultural organisation.