Business to Arts announces partners in Artist-in-Residence programme

The initiative is one of thirty supported as part of the Creative Ireland Programme’s National Creativity

20th June, 2019
Business to Arts Awards, Sean McGrath, CEO, Allianz; Andrew Hetherington , Chief Executive, Business to Arts and Victoria Mc Cormack, Macnas at Dublin Castle. Pic: Conor McCabe

Yesterday Business to Arts, announced the three companies selected to take part in it’s Artist-in-Residence (AR) Programme.

The initiative is one of thirty supported as part of the Creative Ireland Programme’s National Creativity Fund and its aim is to match companies interested in developing their corporate social responsibility strategies through work-place creativity or community engagement with a local artist.

The three selected companies were BHP Insurance in Dublin, The Ludgate Hub...

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