We invite applications for funding to support projects exploring and sharing any element of the history of Grangegorman
Grangegorman Histories invites applications from individuals and organisations for funding to support a project that explores and shares any element of the history of Grangegorman, in keeping with its public history values.
Grangegorman Histories’ mission is to provide opportunities to contribute to the important work of uncovering, cataloguing and commemorating the eventful history of this site and surrounding areas. We welcome projects that support the implementation of the activities detailed in our current Implementation Plan. A list of completed and ongoing activities can be found on our website. We will consider proposals that aim at expanding any of the work already done, and also welcome projects from different disciplines, including but not limited to the creative arts, food history, botany and environmental studies, architecture and design, and employing different formats, like physical or digital trails, culinary experiences, webinars and workshops, audio and video materials, or traditional print literature. Outputs from successful applicants’ projects must be shared in the public domain. Such outputs may be digital in whole or in part.
Guidelines for applications and a link to apply can be found here and the in the download area.
Grangegorman Histories is a public history project of Dublin City Council, Grangegorman Development Agency, HSE, Local Communities, National Archives, Royal Irish Academy and TU Dublin. Established in 2019, the project provides opportunities to contribute to the important work of uncovering, cataloguing and commemorating the history of the Grangegorman area.
Applications must be received on or before 17.00 on Friday, 29 September 2023. Projects must be delivered by 12 months from date of funding notification.
A Q&A session will be held via Teams at 11.00-12.00 on Friday, 28 July. You can access the session at any point via this link.