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GCCN Network News 2019 # 15 May 31st, 2019

Welcome to this edition of GCCN Network News. Below we have information on:
  1. Artist and Youth Work Residency Scheme: Deadline 28th June
  2. Training in Galway: Filmmaking with Young People in Youth Work Settings: 12th June
  3. Training in Dublin: Developing Funding Applications for Youth Arts Projects: 26th June
  4. Further NYCI training opportunities available nationwide


Youth Workers Opportunities


The National Youth Council of Ireland is calling all youth workers, volunteers and youth arts practitioners to apply for schemes or take part in different training opportunities available in June.

See below information on:
NYCI Grant Scheme

Artist and Youth Work Residency Scheme is now open for applications! 
 
Do you have a good idea for a youth arts project in your youth group but require the funding to work with an artist?
 
Applications are now invited for the 2019/20 Artist and Youth Work Residency Scheme, to support innovative partnerships involving artists in residence in youth work settings and/or youth groups in residence in arts settings commencing in September 2019.

With grants of up to €5,000 available, the initiative will support innovative partnerships involving artists in residence in youth work settings or youth groups in residence in art settings, starting in September 2019.

There are two strands to the artist and youth work residency scheme:
  • Youth Arts Explorer grants of up to €1,500 for those starting out
  • Artist and Youth Work Residency grants of up to €5,000 for those with a little more experience
The closing date for applications is 2pm, Friday 28th June 2019.

If you require further information please contact Saoirse Reynolds on 014255952 or at saoirse@ nyci.ie.

For the application form, guidelines and further details on this initiative see the link below.
Artist and Youth Work Residency Scheme 2019/20
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Film-making with Young people in a Youth Work

Gain basic practical and creative skills in film-making when working with young people in youth work settings. This workshop combines a range of skills required to deliver a film making programme such as digital video shooting, editing, storyboarding, effects, approaches, all while maintaining a youth work centred approach. It provides an easy to grasp and replicated workshop which requires no previous experience.
 
When Where
Wednesday 12th June 2019
10am - 4pm
 Menlo Park Hotel,
Terryland, Headford Road, 
Galway

This training is for anyone working with young people in youth work, out-of-school or non-formal education settings.

Delivered by: Garry McHugh, Director of Young Irish Film Makers in association with the National Youth Arts Programme.

For further details and booking please see below.
 
Film-making Training: Details & Booking

NYIC Project

Youth Arts Programme Design Management:
Developing Funding Applications for Youth Arts Projects

A hands-on, interactive workshop supporting you to make a compelling case for your work, give you insight into the typical decision-making processes and support you to put your best foot forward with an application. 

When Where
 Wednesday 26th June 2019
10am – 1pm
Disability Federation of Ireland
Fumbally Lane, Dublin
 
This training is for anyone working with young people in youth work, out-of-school or non-formal education settings, who is charged with seeking funding for youth arts projects.

Delivered by: National Youth Arts Programme Team.

For further details and booking please see below.
Developing Funding Applications Training: Details & Booking
Further NYCI training opportunities available nationwide

The National Youth Council of Ireland are seeking expressions of interest for a mapping of youth arts activity nationally and have further training opportunities coming up across the country,  which you can book or find out more about below:
  • STEAM* in Youth Work – Kilkenny June 18 Enniscorthy June 20th
    *Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths. Go here for further details.
  • Invitation to tender: study of youth arts activity in youth work – Deadline: July 3rd. Go here for further details.
  • STEAM School in-depth residential* – September 16th-18th
    *A €5,000 'STEAM in youth work residency grant' will be open to attendees of this training only. Go here for further details.
For the complete list of NYCI events please check the link below.
NYCI Trainings and Events
Youth Work Changes Lives National Showcase

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Cruinniú na nÓg 2019

A day of free creativity for children and young people


On Saturday 15th June, Galway City will be filled with a wide range of creative activities for under 18s, as part of Cruinniú na nÓg, a Creative Ireland Programme initiative supported by the Local Authorities and RTÉ.

Completely free and taking place nationwide, the initiative is all about celebrating and encouraging children and young people’s participation in culture and creativity.

Galway City's edition is led by the local Creative Galway Team in Galway City Council, with huge support from Youth Work Ireland Galway, local artists, arts organisations, creative practitioners, libraries and the local community.

Circus PeopleHighlights of Galway City’s Cruinniú na nÓg:

  • Get Your Circus On! 
  • Drama Workshops
  • Coding & Robotics
  • Clár Techspace's BlaiseTeic/Tech Taster
  • Livefeed

All child-centred and incredibly diverse, the day’s events are activity-based, with the emphasis on getting young people doing, making and creating. Activities include everything from fantastic wall art and murals, circus performances, live music performances, puppet making to coding and robotics.

For further info and the complete Galway Programme check the links below!
 

Galway Events
Cruinniú na nÓg 2019 - Galway Programme
Cruinniú na nÓg 2019 - Nationwide
Creative Ireland


Galway City's Newly-Elected Councillors


Following the 2019 Local Elections, Galway City Council has six new councillors and twelve re-elected as it follows:

Galway City Central: 6 seats

  • Mike Cubbard (Ind) - re-elected
  • Ollie Crowe (Fianna Fáil) - re-elected
  • Eddie Hoare (Fine Gael) - new
  • Frank Fahy (Fine Gael) - re-elected
  • Martina O’Connor (Green Party) - new
  • Colette Connolly (Ind) - re-elected

Galway City East: 6 seats

  • Declan McDonnell (Ind) - re-elected
  • Terry O’Flaherty (Ind) - re-elected
  • Alan Cheevers (Fianna Fáil) - new
  • Michael John Crowe (Fianna Fáil) - re-elected
  • Owen Hanley (Social Dems) - new
  • Noel Larkin (Ind) - re-elected

Galway City West: 6 seats

  • Pauline O’Reilly (Green Party) - new
  • Donal Lyons (Ind) - re-elected
  • Níall McNelis (Labour Party) - re-elected
  • John Connolly (Fianna Fáil) - re-elected
  • Clodagh Higgins (Fine Gael) - new
  • Peter Keane (Fianna Fáil) - re-elected
Galway City Community Network are looking forward to working with the newly-elected Galway City Councillors.
 

For further info see the link below.

Galway City Council






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