Praxis to launch as new trade union for artists
The organisation is planning to seek changes to the Arts Council application and funding process
A new artists’ trade union is being launched and is set to campaign against the Arts Council’s funding application process.
The union, named Praxis, was founded over a year ago by a group of artists. It already has 100 paying members and has said a further 400 artists have expressed interest in membership.
It intends to lauch tomorrow and to work to unite artists, increase recognition of their role in Irish society and ensure...
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