100% of Proceeds go to support the causes supported by the #WeAreTheSupportAct initiative.
All of the prizes have been donated to #WeAreTheSupportAct to help raise money for the essential causes that can help support the live events industry.
If you would like to help the cause and have music memorabilia you would like
to donate to further help the industry please contact us here.
The AIST Hardship Fund is open to all crew and production staff in the live event, arts, and entertainment industry in the Republic of Ireland. It is not restricted to members of the AIST. The fund is not open to students.
Is an organisation established to offer a free 24/7 wellbeing & support programme for the Irish Creative Sector. Anyone working in the Irish Creative Sector the opportunity to mind their mental wellbeing and be able to contact qualified counsellors and experts in different fields such as financial planning, legal and career matters enabling expert advice and helping to manage personal issues they might be facing.
For over 50 years, Project has been a home, hub and hive for adventurous artists, audiences, thinkers and strategists. What began in 1966 as a small artist-led collective is now evolving into Ireland’s national centre for the contemporary arts. Project Arts Theatre is the venue from the U2 Poster and is the origin of the posters. A contribution from the U2 poster proceeds will go towards funding the theatre.
Artists, arts workers, and performers are some of the most instantly impacted groups of people in this unprecedented crisis that we find ourselves. The grim reality is that some are living in poverty with no security, no pensions, no sick leave, no parental leave, and no means to plan for the future. The impact of this pandemic is particularly savage for artists in Ireland at this time. The Civic Relief fund was set up to offer financial relief to Irish artists who had guaranteed income that was lost due to COVID-19