Funding Partners

The Tyrone Guthrie Centre is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland, the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and additional partners.

The Tyrone Guthrie Centre is funded as Ireland’s premiere creative resource by the Arts Council of Ireland/An Chomhairle Ealaíon and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.

The Centre is a flagship initiative and leading example of cross-border co-operation.

Additional support is provided by Monaghan County Council and the Network of Local Authorities through their Regional Bursary Schemes.  

Artform residency partners include:

Dance Ireland

Dance Ireland is the representative body for professional dance in Ireland. They celebrate, develop and promote the diversity of dance practices in Ireland today by presenting a professional training and development programme and by providing practical supports and services for dance artists. With Dance House, they provide a working home for dance.

Each year Dance Ireland funds a dedicated Dance Bursary at Tyrone Guthrie

Visual Arts Ireland

Visual Artists Ireland is the All-Ireland organisation representing professional visual artists. Visual Artists Ireland provides advocacy and advice, professional development, and online and print information services to professional visual artists, arts organisations and independent art workers. They support visual artists with their development and enable them to work in a strong professional environment.

VAI supports an annual Visual Art Residency in memory of Valerie Earley.

Theatre Forum

Theatre Forum Ireland's mission is to be the collective voice for the performing arts; to represent the many disparate views of the members including theatre, dance & opera production companies, venues, festivals and individual artists.

Theatre Forum produces the MAKE residency at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre each year.


Filmbase is a not-for-profit resource centre for filmmakers, based in Curved Street in the heart of Dublin's Temple Bar. It is a public space where filmmakers can network, hire filmmaking equipment, take training courses and receive support and information about working within the Irish film industry.

If you would like to provide valuable support of artists work through a donation or residency partnership for the Tyrone Guthrie Centre please contact Robert McDonald at