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Welcome to the team!



She's survived 2 months in lock-down as part of the ISACS team and now she is here to stay. 
We are very happy to officially welcome our new Company Administrator: Amanda Usher!  

Amanda graduated from Dublin City University in 2011 with a higher-level degree in Contemporary Culture and Society. The following year, she went on to obtain a Masters Degree in Public Relations from Dublin Institute of Technology.

Since graduating, she has worked predominately in the IT sector, working as a Business Development Executive, and a Technical advisor among others. She is no stranger to business and has worked with clients that are household names both in Ireland and Europe.

Amanda has always been drawn to creative practices and in 2018 she decided to return to education to study her passion - fine art, focusing on developing her skills in painting in particular. She is due to receive her degree in Art and Design from Carlow Institute of Technology in 2020.

Amanda is thrilled to be part of the ISACS family and is looking forward to helping take the network forward.

The excitement is mutual and we are very curious to see what adventures lay ahead!

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#COVID-19: Some helpful tips

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[this post is being constantly updated as news comes in]

It goes without saying that this Corona Virus has hit us all with a total shock and many of the ISACS members are now in a serious crisis due to the immediate loss of earnings for the foreseeable future.

First: Please see the Department of Health guidelines here for advice on how to manage and control the spread of this virus.

Second: ISACS does not have any solutions, but we can offer you some practical advice which may help get you through the next few weeks.

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You are Invited to the 2020 Online ISACS AGM [Members only]

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UPDATE: Annual Report 2019 is available HERE.

As agreed by the ISACS members, the 2020 Annual General Meeting will take place online. 
Here is all you need to know: 


When: Tuesday, April 28th, 2020
10.00 - 11.30 AM
Please login 10 minutes in advance so we can start the AGM on time.

Where: 
on Zoom
We will be sending the login details individually, via e-mail, one day before the AGM to all members who register on Eventbrite.

Registration: please register on Eventbrite here. The AGM is only open to current live ISACS members. 
Contact us to renew your membership now!

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Impact of COVID-19 on the Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle sector

In response to the current COVID-19 crisis, ISACS circulated a survey among our members to ascertain the impact of same on livelihoods. We received a response rate of almost 50% of our current live membership.


 

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You are Invited to EXplore and the 2020 AGM [Members only]

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EXplore - our Annual Seminar - and the 2020 AGM are getting close. 


When: March 24, 2020
Registration: 10 AM
Explore begins at 10.30
AGM starts at 12.30 PM.

Where: Dance Ireland, Dance House, Foley Street, Dublin 1

Registration: please register on Eventbrite beforehand as we will be providing light refreshments, tea and coffee for the participants.
Registration is only open to current ISACS members so make sure you have renewed your membership.

Guest speaker:  ORIT AZAZ - Independent Artistic Director and Creative Consultant

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Irish Street Arts Circus and Spectacle Network

Irish Theatre Institute, 17 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland
00 353 (0)87 0541812 info@isacs.ie
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