Quill, Máirín

Thursday, 6 April 1995

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 451 No. 7

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The Arts Plan 1995-1997: Statements.

Well done. If it wishes to second the Minister he must say “no, no, no”.More Button

It is the fertiliser about which they are worried.More Button

Arts and culture form an essential dynamic force in any society. The artistic impulse and a vibrant arts experience generates energy, innovation, creativity, initiative and self-reliance, necessary qu...More Button

The building is still there and I hope the point I am now making will be taken into account when the Arts Council is formulating policy for dance. The tradition built up around the ballet in Cork and...More Button

That is phenomenal in a country the size of Ireland and it must be regarded as one of our great strengths from an arts point of view. I look forward to having that detailed plan worked out in the nea...More Button

That may well be the case but regardless of that the Abbey must define its role as a national theatre in terms of the times in which we now live and the other theatre provision in this city and around...More Button

We might have a more discerning clientele if there was greater emphasis on architecture and fewer developers would be prepared to pay for the badly designed buildings. The time has come to publish a W...More Button

This is post Iron Curtain.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Report on Blood Transfusion Service Board.

Asked the minister: if the special report on hepatitis C has been presented to Government; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

The Arts Plan 1995-1997: Statements (Resumed).

On a point of clarification, does the Minister have in mind that we continue this debate on another occasion when he would reply to points raised this morning? Is that the intention?More Button

I think the whole day's business will suffer greatly if time is not allocated so that the Minister can reply to points raised.More Button

Was this matter determined on the Order of Business this morning; it was my understanding it was?More Button

Was the time at which the Minister would commence his reply set out in the Order of Business?More Button


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