Bringing Live Arts to Students and Teachers
Minister for Education Norma Foley has invited primary and post-primary schools to apply for the arts-in-education initiative, BLAST 2022. BLAST – Bringing Live Arts to Students and Teachers – will be running in 2022 for the second time. The 2022 programme will enable over 400 new arts-in-education residencies in schools over the course of the year.
The aim of BLAST is to provide pupils in schools all over the country with the time and the space to work with a professional artist on creative, imaginative and fun projects. These innovative classes are designed and developed between the artist, teacher and the school under the coordination of the Education Support Centres in Ireland (ESCI) network of 21 full-time education support centres.
Further information on BLAST, guidelines and the application form are available from Gov.ie/blast and from the 21 full-time education centres’ websites.
If you are a school in our catchment area, you can download the application form and guidelines here:
BLAST 2022 Application Form (English version)
BLAST 2022 Application Form (Gaeilge version)
BLAST 2022 Guidelines (English version)
BLAST 2022 Guidelines (Gaeilge version)
The application process will close on 30 September 2022.
More information can be found here.
DWEC Register of Artists
|Name of Artist||Art Form||Link to Bio|
Theatre/Speech & Drama
|Mary Sheehan Bio|
|Margaret Callan Bergin||
Multi-disciplined Theatre Maker
|Margaret Callan Bergin Bio|
Literature: poetry, story-making, multilingualism
|Juliette Saumande Bio|
|Sinead Curran Bio|
|Carla Fazio Bio|
Performer, Physical Theatre Facilitator
|Simona Roveda Bio|
Visual Arts Educator and Crafts Facilitator
|Gabi McGrath Bio|
|Eileen Casey Bio|
|Andrea Kavanagh Bio|
|Eliya Lavine Bio|
Oil Paintings/Fine Art
|Donna McGee Bio|
|Helen Flanagan Bio|
Mime and Movement
|Ciarán Gray Bio|
|Kajsa Kinsella Bio|