Survey to assess impact of pandemic on Limerick arts 

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The Dodo Reddan mural at Sráid an Ceoil, St John’s Pavilion was one of the major pieces of public art completed in Limerick during the Covid pandemic.

LIMERICK City and County Council is undertaking a survey to assess the impact of Covid-19 on the local arts and culture sector.

The purpose of the survey is to quantify the challenges and assess the opportunities that have arisen from the pandemic and understand what sustainability will look like for the arts and culture sector in the years ahead.

The council has established a new special purpose sub-committee  to assess the impact of Covid and  make recommendations  to support recovery of the arts and culture sector, over the next two to three years.

Operating a sub group under the auspices of the Community, Leisure and Culture Strategic Policy Committee (SPC), its membership comprises of councillors and sectoral representative from the SPC.

A report on the findings  will be presented to the SPC for their consideration later on this year.

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The survey is open until Sunday, March 6 and further details can be had by emailing [email protected]