The Organiser toolkit is a resource aimed at all those who regularly participate in Culture Night – Artists, event organisers & venues and is designed to provide useful information on everything from producing work online to what the current guidelines are in relation to reopening and COVID-19.
This toolkit will be updated regularly with new information and the latest on the reopening guidelines and protocols.
Culture Night webinars
The following is a series of Culture Night commissioned webinars which will take place each Tuesday at 2pm during June and July and will provide insights and information on the topics listed below:
These will be recorded and uploaded to this page after the event*
If you would like to attend one of the webinars please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Tuesday June 8th – Creative Solutions for presenting work in real life
Tuesday June 15th – COVID safety and reopening
Tuesday June 22nd – Programme Development
Tuesday July 6th – Equality, Diversity & Inclusion in Culture Night Programming
Tuesday July 13th – Volunteering
Tuesday July 20th – Marketing and Communications
Tuesday August 3rd –Using Information to engage audiences
Other Useful Webinars:
Culture works: The Future is Bright – Commissioned by the Arts Council, The Future is Bright is a series of future focused, interactive webinars to help find the way through the ‘how’ and ‘why’ of making and presenting work digitally:
The Future Is Bright: Webinar 1 – No Going Back
The Future Is Bright: Webinar 2 – The Business End
The Future Is Bright: Webinar 3 – Innovation in Practice
The Future Is Bright: Webinar 4 – Who’s looking in?
Theatre Forum: Reopening Forum, Wednesday June 9th
Stay informed on the latest guidance and support in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
UK Events Research Programme: Phase 1 findings – Reopening Events – Phase 1 findings
Fáilte Ireland And Arts Council – Guidelines for the safe presentation of festivals and events
Theatre Forum: Safe creation and staging of work during COVID-19
Ticketsolve: The Arts Recovery Toolkit
The Work Safely Protocol – Fitness to Work for those returning from illness
Definition of an outdoor space Public Health (Tobacco) (Amendment) Act 2004
How to use Actionbound – an app for playing digitally interactive scavanger hunts or trails and leading your audience on a path of discovery using their smartphones or tablets.
Arts and Disability Ireland:
Arts & Disability Ireland (ADI) – the national development and resource organisation for arts and disability.
Promoting engagement with the arts at all levels – professional artists, audience members and arts workers – for people of all ages with disabilities of all kinds
IamIrish is a not for profit group that connects, supports, advocates and empowers Irish people of multi heritage / multi ethnicity
Reporting racism in Ireland: https://www.ireport.ie
Dublin North East inner city Intercultural Ambassador Programme aims to create a diverse network of intercultural ambassadors and encourage active involvement by local people in promoting intercultural dialogue and addressing the barriers to integration in the North East Inner City.