Banotti looking for a new burst of creativity

The director of Creative Ireland says that, in order to meet its objectives, the five-year national programme needs extra workers at its disposal

17th March, 2019
Tania Banotti, director of Creative Ireland Picture: Fergal Phillips

The director of Creative Ireland, the five-year national programme launched at the end of 2016 to put “creativity at the heart of public policy”, has said she needs additional staff to meet its objectives.

Tania Banotti said she would like to increase staff numbers by the end of this year, either by having civil servants transfer into Creative Ireland’s office or by working with staff in different departments to help the programme hit its...

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