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Our artistic policy lays out our desire to transform people’s lives through the Arts. To achieve this, we work hard to ensure quality is at the heart of our programmes and we are strongly committed to achieving artistic excellence in our work.

  • Artistic policy – key actions:
    • Present a diverse & inclusive programme of quality arts experiences for Clare audiences & participants, that inspires & nurtures lifelong engagement with the Arts.
    • Position the organisation at the heart of our ever-changing cultural landscape; providing an exceptional facility for artists, participants & communities to experience the transformative power of the arts, & to connect, reflect, dream & inspire change.
    • Cultivate & nurture a community of artists & learners in Clare, providing them with a creative hub & home, offering developmental opportunities & sharing their work with diverse, expanding audiences.
    • Be an incubator of ambitious, exciting & innovative new work from artists of vision, consistently expanding the creative family with whom we work.
    • Produce & co-produce arts events that celebrate a sense of place.
    • Contribute to artform development across all practices, with a special focus on the traditional arts.
    • Consistently improve accessibility, diversify reach, cultivate new audiences & deepen engagement.
    • Foster partnerships & collaborations, locally & nationally, that support our ambition & our strategic priorities.
    • Strengthen our core by building organisational capacity & resilience, recognising the vital contribution of staff.

Our ambition is that glór’s programme delights, inspires, entertains, provokes and adds meaning to people’s lives.

We are members of Theatre Forum, Business to Arts, Ennis Chamber of Commerce, NASC Touring Network and actively support the National Campaign of the Arts.