In order to apply for an Bursary Award, you must read the relevant criteria. Please click the following link:
Please read criteria and guidelines here before applying.

Dublin City Arts Office uses the *Submittable platform for applications.  
In order to apply, you must first create a free submittable account by visiting: https://manager.submittable.com/signup
*The Submittable platform works best on Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Internet Explorer is not supported.
When you have created your Submittable account, the application form will be available below ⬇️

💾When filling out the form, your application will be automatically saved as a draft as you go along which means should you log off and log in, you can continue where you left off.
When logging back into Submittable, your draft application is saved under the 'Submissions' tab, then click on 'Saved Drafts'.
🖨 Should you wish to print your draft application at any stage, simply right click anywhere on the application page and Print

💡Should you need to contact us, our details are below:
📧artsoffice@dublincity.ie
☎️01 222 5455
🌏http://www.dublincityartsoffice.ie/supporting-artists/apply-for-funding-support/bursary-guidelines
📃If you require a hard copy or an Irish version of the form, please get in touch. 

Dublin City Council through the City Arts Office is conducting a review of Arts Grants. For some time City Councillors engaged in adjudicating the Arts Grants process have pointed out that the funds allocated have not increased for many years. There is also a recognition that Arts funding has naturally been greater in areas where arts infrastructure such as theatres and galleries are concentrated i.e. close to the city centre and as well as supporting the great arts organisations and building in central Dublin, Dublin City Council also want to further develop and support Artists, Participants and Audiences outside of the city centre .

Accordingly next year’s grants will be changed to address these issues based on data collected and further consultation with the public and the arts sector in 2023. It is hoped that a new approach to Arts Grants supported by City Councillors and the arts sector could lead to increased funding in 2023-2024.

There are some extra questions on the application form this year to support the data collection needed and to hear from you on how we can improve the application process. Thank you for helping us with this review and all you do to make the arts a central part of what makes Dublin special.

NOTE: If you are applying in this round in 2022 then you are applying for Arts Grants that will be awarded in January 2023. There will be no changes in this year’s (2022/23) Arts Grants to previous years. Any changes will occur in 2023/24.

In order to apply for a Project Arts Grant, you must read the relevant criteria that applies to your application.  Please click the following link:
Dublin City Council Project Arts Grants Criteria, Guidelines & Guidance Doc for 2023
💡Tip :  Print the Guidance Document for Arts Grants and keep it beside you as a handy reference while filling out the form.  Our Guidance Document explains the questions in more detail.

Dublin City Arts Office uses the *Submittable platform for applications.  
In order to apply, you must first create a free Submittable account by visiting: https://manager.submittable.com/signup
*The Submittable platform works best on Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Internet Explorer is not supported.
When you have created your Submittable account, the application form will be available below ⬇️

💾When filling out the form, your application will be automatically saved as a draft as you go along which means should you log off and log in, you can continue where you left off.
When logging back into Submittable, your draft application is saved under the 'Submissions' tab, then click on 'Saved Drafts'.
🖨 Should you wish to print your draft application at any stage, simply right click anywhere on the application page and Print.
Submittable's submitter collaboration tool enables groups of applicants to work together on collective applications.  
Click here to find out how to invite them to collaborate with you on the application.  

💡Should you need to contact us, our details are below:
📧artsoffice@dublincity.ie
☎️01 222 5455
🌏http://www.dublincityartsoffice.ie/supporting-artists/apply-for-funding-support/project-guidelines
📃If you require a hard copy or an Irish version of the form, please get in touch. 

Dublin City Council through the City Arts Office is conducting a review of Arts Grants. For some time City Councillors engaged in adjudicating the Arts Grants process have pointed out that the funds allocated have not increased for many years. There is also a recognition that Arts funding has naturally been greater in areas where arts infrastructure such as theatres and galleries are concentrated i.e. close to the city centre and as well as supporting the great arts organisations and building in central Dublin, Dublin City Council also want to further develop and support Artists, Participants and Audiences outside of the city centre .

Accordingly next year’s grants will be changed to address these issues based on data collected and further consultation with the public and the arts sector in 2023. It is hoped that a new approach to Arts Grants supported by City Councillors and the arts sector could lead to increased funding in 2023-2024.

NOTE: If you are applying in this round in 2022 then you are applying for Arts Grants that will be awarded in January 2023. There will be no changes in this year’s (2022/23) Arts Grants to previous years. Any changes will occur in 2023/24.

There are some extra questions on the application form this year to support the data collection needed and to hear from you on how we can improve the application process. Thank you for helping us with this review and all you do to make the arts a central part of what makes Dublin special.

In order to apply for an Neighbourhood / Voluntary Arts Grant, you must read the Criteria and Guidelines.  Please click the following link to do so:
Dublin City Council Neighbourhood / Voluntary Arts Grants Guidelines & Guidance

💡Tip :  Print the Guidance Document for Arts Grants and keep it beside you as a handy reference while filling out the form.  Our Guidance Document explains the questions in more detail.

Dublin City Arts Office uses the *Submittable platform for applications.  
In order to apply, you must first create a free Submittable account by visiting: https://manager.submittable.com/signup
*The Submittable platform works best on Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Internet Explorer is not supported.
When you have created your Submittable account, the application form will be available below ⬇️

💾When filling out the form, your application will be automatically saved as a draft as you go along which means should you log off and log in, you can continue where you left off.
When logging back into Submittable, your draft application is saved under the 'Submissions' tab, then click on 'Saved Drafts'.
🖨 Should you wish to print your draft application at any stage, simply right click anywhere on the application page and Print.
Submittable's submitter collaboration tool enables groups of applicants to work together on collective applications.  
Click here to find out how to invite them to collaborate with you on the application.  

💡Should you need to contact us, our details are below:
📧artsoffice@dublincity.ie
☎️01 222 5455
🌏http://www.dublincityartsoffice.ie/supporting-artists/apply-for-funding-support
📃If you require a hard copy or an Irish version of the form, please get in touch. 

Dublin City Council through the City Arts Office is conducting a review of Arts Grants. For some time City Councillors engaged in adjudicating the Arts Grants process have pointed out that the funds allocated have not increased for many years. There is also a recognition that Arts funding has naturally been greater in areas where arts infrastructure such as theatres and galleries are concentrated i.e. close to the city centre and as well as supporting the great arts organisations and building in central Dublin, Dublin City Council also want to further develop and support Artists, Participants and Audiences outside of the city centre .

Accordingly next year’s grants will be changed to address these issues based on data collected and further consultation with the public and the arts sector in 2023. It is hoped that a new approach to Arts Grants supported by City Councillors and the arts sector could lead to increased funding in 2023-2024.

NOTE: If you are applying in this round in 2022 then you are applying for Arts Grants that will be awarded in January 2023. There will be no changes in this year’s (2022/23) Arts Grants to previous years. Any changes will occur in 2023/24.

There are some extra questions on the application form this year to support the data collection needed and to hear from you on how we can improve the application process. Thank you for helping us with this review and all you do to make the arts a central part of what makes Dublin special.


In order to apply for a Revenue Arts Grant, you must read the relevant criteria that applies to your application.  Please click the following link:
Dublin City Council Revenue Arts Grants Criteria, Guidelines & Guidance Doc for 2023
💡Tip :  Print the Guidance Document for Arts Grants and keep it beside you as a handy reference while filling out the form.  Our Guidance Document explains the questions in more detail.


Dublin City Arts Office uses the *Submittable platform for applications.  
In order to apply, you must first create a free Submittable account by visiting: https://manager.submittable.com/signup
*The Submittable platform works best on Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Internet Explorer is not supported.
When you have created your Submittable account, the application form will be available below ⬇️


💾When filling out the form, your application will be automatically saved as a draft as you go along which means should you log off and log in, you can continue where you left off.
When logging back into Submittable, your draft application is saved under the 'Submissions' tab, then click on 'Saved Drafts'.


🖨 Should you wish to print your draft application at any stage, simply right click anywhere on the application page and Print.
Submittable's submitter collaboration tool enables groups of applicants to work together on collective applications.  
Click here to find out how to invite them to collaborate with you on the application.  


💡Should you need to contact us, our details are below:
📧artsoffice@dublincity.ie
☎️01 222 5455
🌏http://www.dublincityartsoffice.ie/supporting-artists/apply-for-funding-support/revenue-guidelines


📃If you require a hard copy or an Irish version of the form, please get in touch. 

Dublin City Arts Office