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One of the chief aims and concerns that led to our establishment is the need for a dedicated Music Hub in Dublin City.
Submission to Pre-Draft Public Consultation Strategic Issues Paper – Dublin City Development Plan 2022-2028
The Dublin City Development Plan 2016 – 2022, states “It is a priority for Dublin City Council that the city is and will be a space to make, experience and share culture.” It states policies and objectives of as “To support existing, and encourage the growth of emerging, cultural clusters and hubs in the city
Turley, alongside OBFA Architects, have been commissioned by Dublin City Council to prepare a Cultural Infrastructure Study for Dublin City. This will provide Dublin City Council with an understanding of the scope and quality of the City’s existing cultural infrastructure and facilities alongside an appreciation of the future needs of the City.
Context: The Future of Media Commission was set up by the Government in September 2020 to examine the future of the media in Ireland. This includes Ireland’s public service broadcasters, commercial broadcasters, print and online media platforms. The Commission is...
Context: Request for support for Ireland’s independent record labels due to concern that lack of core funding for these organisations has a knock-on effect on the Irish music scene. Response: Reply from Niall Doyle, Head of Music, The Arts Council 6th October...
Response: Reply from Anne-Marie Power, 18th December 20202.What you can do: Sign up to the Music Alliance Ireland mailing list, where we will give further updates. Letter: Dee Forbes Director-General RTÉ Donnybrook Dublin 4 CC: Ann-Marie Power, Group Head of Arts...
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