Children and young people aged 18 and under are invited to submit proposals, either as individuals and organisations, for Cruinniú na nÓg 2022 as part of the Creative Ireland South Dublin Programme, writes Rachel Cunningham.
All types of creatives are welcome to engage, whether activities, performances, developmental workshops or projects, which must place within and across the community of South Dublin County.
Activities that introduce children and young people to a new creative form that they may not have typically be exposed to, such as design, construction, woodworking, gaming, sewing, knitting, cooking, baking, gardening, filmmaking and app creation will be especially prioritised.
Cruinniú South Dublin 2022 will be a live event day and priority will be given towards proposals that have in-person experiences. There are two award strands; a small project can be awarded up to €2,500 and a large project can receive up to €5,000.
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