Ranelagh Arts is a company limited by guarantee and was granted charity status on 28 May 2010.
Our main funder is Dublin City Council. We also get money from Arts Festival Sponsorship, commissions from artists who hold exhibitions with us, contributions towards our overheads from artists who use the studio space at the Centre and from sundry donations.
Below a summary of our 2016 results:
Income & Expenditure Account
Festival and Events costs €18,002
Rates & Service Charges €951
Repairs & Maintenance €2,724
Light & Heat €1,362
Financial costs (insurance, bank charges €2,921
Miscellaneous Expenses €2,072
Deficit for the year (222)
Balance Sheet as at 31 December 2016
Fixtures, Fittings & Equipment €442
Cash at Bank €8,381
Net Assets €108
Members Funds €108
We have no paid staff. Our regular workers come to us under the TUS scheme (formerly known as the Community Employment Scheme).
Our directors receive no fees or expenses.
The current directors are:
Aileen Lebrocquy Chair
Tony Strickland Vice Chair
Membership of the company is open to all who support the aims of Ranelagh Arts.
The annual membership subscription is €20 (concession rate €5). Please call to the Centre for a membership form.