Awards & Bursaries
Call for entries: Children in Museums Award
15 Nov 2022
Applications are invited for the The Children in Museums Award, recognising excellence and innovation in programmes and exhibits designed for children up to 14 years old. Closing date for applications: 15 March 2023....
Small Grant Scheme: museum practitioners and researchers
7 Nov 2022
Applications are being invited for the Research-Development Grant (max. €1,000), operated by the Irish Museums Trust in partnership with the Irish Museums Association. Deadline: 19 December 2022....
IMA Consultation: Strategic Plan 2022 - 2027
4 Nov 2022
Calling all members of the Irish museum community - we want to hear your voice!...
Call for overarching approach to cultural sectors in NI
1 Nov 2022
Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey launched ‘A Way Forward’, a proposal for a co-design approach to developing a strategy for Cultural, Arts & Heritage in NI....
Approval for ten new biodiversity officers to bolster local action for nature
27 Oct 2022
Ten local authorities to appoint biodiversity officers....
NEMO mapping of museums in the energy crisis
27 Oct 2022
NEMO is collecting information about the situation for museums in the current energy crisis and the ever-increasing costs. The data can be explored in an interactive map....
National Museum of Ireland welcomes new board members
18 Oct 2022
Four new appointments to the board of the National Museum of Ireland have been announced by the Minister for of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin....
IMA Annual Conference 2022: Part of the Solution. Supporting Environmental Sustainability in Museums
30 Sep 2022
The detailed programme has been announced for the IMA's 2022 Annual Conference: Part of the Solution. Supporting Environmental Sustainability in Museums on the 24 October, Dublin...
Arts Council allocation for 2023 retained at €130 million
28 Sep 2022
The Arts Council has welcomed the announcement by Minister of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin, of €130M funding as part of Budget 2023....