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Fresh funding source a hit in creative sector

Crowd-funding has proved a hit in the Irish creative sector, opening up new funding hope for individual creative projects, writes Catherine O’Mahony.

14th May, 2011

Crowd-funding has proved a hit in the Irish creative sector, opening up new funding hope for individual creative projects, writes Catherine O’Mahony.

A new website, Fundit.ie, has brokered full funding for ten creative projects so far, including a large screen to display digital art in Dublin’s Temple Bar (€6,295 raised), a souvenir book for the architecture exhibition Open House (€17,600 raised) and a photography book showing 50 years of youth culture (€7,000)....

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