Irish Arts Council Marketing
Marketing your Irish Arts Council Project
CultureHead is the leading communications agency for the Arts in Ireland. We provide public relations and digital marketing to some of Ireland's most important cultural organisations. We have also worked to promote some of Ireland's most high profile cultural events.
The Arts Council of Ireland is the Irish government agency for developing the arts in Ireland. They partner with arts organisations and individual artists to help stimulate public interest in the arts by providing funding and support.
CultureHead specializes in helping cultural organisations, market their projects after they have been awarded funding from the Irish Arts Council.
We also help in Arts Council Funding applications. We provide a detailed plan and strategy as part of your application, outlining how your project will be marketed.
We have successfully marketed projects that have been funded by the Irish Arts Council under the following categories:
Dance, Film , Literature, Music, Theatre, Street arts, Festivals, Traditional arts, Visual Arts as well as venues and cultural organisations.
If you have been awarded funding from the arts council and are considering how to market your project talk to our team about what services we can provide. If you are applying for Irish Arts Council funding and require a marketing proposal for your application then talk to us about what support and advice we can offer.
Irish Arts Council Marketing Services
Unique and innovative strategies for audience engagement.
Audience discovery. Identifying your audience, where they hang out on and offline and how best to reach them.
Managing your marketing budget and the allocation of your resources across your paid, earned and owned media channels.
Expert insider knowledge of arts funding across Dance, Theatre, Film, Literature, Music, Street Arts and Visual Arts.
Ongoing working relationships across the cultural sector.
Experts in Public Relations and Digital Communications for the creative industries in Ireland.