National Campaign for the Arts seeking contributions to online survey

As part of the National Campaign for the Arts (NCFA) ongoing policy advocacy and activity planning, they now have a survey open online and want to hear your thoughts.

So, if you work in the arts, care about the arts or have an interest in supporting the arts – please take a few moments to complete this short survey:

www.surveymonkey.com/r/NCFAIrl2017

About the NCFA
The National Campaign for the Arts is a volunteer-led, grass roots movement that makes the case for the arts in Ireland. It seeks to ensure that the arts are on local and national government agendas and are recognised as a vital part of contemporary Irish life.

The NCFA was established in September 2009 in response to a government public expenditure review, known colloquially as the McCarthy Report. This report made a series of recommendations which would have devastated the cultural infrastructure and had profound consequences for arts provision in Ireland.

The NCFA has had considerable success in lobbying to protect funding for and safeguard the infrastructure supporting the arts. Its work in this regard continues, particularly in light of the Public Service Reform plans.

The NCFA has four strategic areas of work. They are: a better evidence base for better policy on the arts; a more meaningful public conversation about the arts; building shared intention across the arts sector; and supporting the mutuality of the arts and education.

The NCFA is a non-partisan grouping and does not receive public funding. Independent and resourceful, it relies on donations and the time, talent and goodwill of committed individuals and organisations.

ncfa.ie/

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