|1||Irish Bog Wood Sculpture|
Irish bog wood sculpture by Ronnie Graham. Information about the artist and examples of his work.
FilmNet is designed to assist and promote the TV and film industry in Ireland offering a one stop shop of film information including production facilities, actors, locations, technicians, finance and tax incentives.Film,Locations,irish,capital,Ireland,irish, film, finance,artist,recording ,technology ,best,net,pictures, requirments, Ireland, Section 35 , company,filmnet,unique, best,top, latest, industry, current,links,Film ,Locations,irish, capital,Special effects ,pyrotechnics ,artist, recording
|3||Ireland's Sile na Gigh|
Contains photos, descriptions and location details of all the known Irish sheelas, with book list, trivia, links and author profile.
Alternative music and cinema reviews. Music files by unsigned bands. Newsletter, discussion board, monthly concerts and webcasts. Based in Ireland.
|5||Christine Hughes Ceramics|
Designer and producer of ceramic vessels, lighting and giftware details approach and presentation, with contact information.
A co-operative musicians, singers and poets founded in 2001 to promote and defend the rights of artists whose work is rooted within the tradition. Information about membership, their activities and contact details.
|7||Arts Holidays Ireland|
Arts Holidays Ireland takes you away to an artistic escape to the beautiful southwest. Enjoy the magnificent scenery of Cork and Kerry while engaging in a variety of crafts and arts. All workshops and tuitions are led by seasoned proponents of their respective trade.
|8||No Photography Arts and Culture Magazine|
No Photography, the Irish stock photography agency with royalty free and rights managed images and print sales including images of Ireland and Europe, nature, landscapes, marine, objects and editorial themes
|9||Crafts Council of Ireland|
The national design and economic development agency for the craft industry in Ireland.
|10||Attridge Academy of Irish Dancing|
History, typical programme, notes on specific dances and on costume and contact details.
|11||South Tipperary Arts Centre|
Includes information on upcoming gallery, literature, outreach and music programmes.
An Irish affiliation of artists engaged in literature, music and visual arts.
|13||Association of Irish Floral Artists|
AOIFA is the official organisation of the floral art movement in Ireland.
|14||The Sculptors Society|
Visual Artists Ireland is an all Ireland membership body for professional visual artists. Visual Artists Ireland provides services, facilities and resources for artists, initiates artistic projects and publications and acts as an advocate on behalf of individual artists.
|15||Brown Bag Films|
Brown Bag Films are an Irish animation studio producing high quality children's television programmes and television commercials for international markets
Comprehensive resource for Irish visual arts, providing news, reviews, extensive resource listings and links and showing contemporary Irish artists'' works.
|17||Irish Arts Review|
Includes features on painting, sculpture, architecture, crafts, heritage, antiques, reviews of exhibitions and books, and a quarterly diary of arts events.
Surreal and sometimes satirical "newspaper" set in an imaginary Irish regional centre, with a variety of sections, a newsletter and a range of similar "affiliate sites".
Eircrafts.com - index of Irish crafts: pottery, art, ceramics, wicker, wood...
|20||Crazy Dog Audio Theatre|
This innovative theatrical source gives background and contact details, reviews, news and links, and notes, sounds and a photos for past productions.