Mayo Arts Service Announces Guide for Working in Intercultural Contexts
Mayo Arts Service is delighted to announce the publication, ‘Working in Intercultural Contexts – GUIDE for Local Authorities and Cultural Providers’.
Since 2016, Mayo, Donegal and South Dublin County Councils have collaborated on research to develop models of best practice in relation to cultural diversity under the Arts Council of Ireland, Invitation to Collaboration scheme.
Peter Duggan, Chief Executive (Interim) of Mayo County Council said 'We were delighted to partner with South Dublin County Council and Donegal County Council on a project that proactively improves cultural diversity. Mayo County Council appreciates the role arts projects have to play in engaging with all of our communities, they are a key driver in building meaningful relationships with people from culturally diverse backgrounds throughout Ireland.
This guide is a source of encouragement– to help Local Authorities and cultural providers begin the process of how, through community consultation, they might develop a range of tailored cultural services that engage more effectively with people from culturally diverse backgrounds.
Working in Intercultural Contexts – GUIDE for Local Authorities and Cultural providers is available to view on the Mayo Arts Service website. Contact Mayo Arts Service for more information or to receive a hardcopy of the publication. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or Telephone: 094 90 64666.
The Arts Council’s Invitation to Collaboration Scheme supports Local Authorities to work together on projects that benefit arts development locally, regionally and nationally.
Download the full publication here: Working In Intercultural Contexts
This initiative is strategically funded by Mayo County Council in partnership with the Arts Council.