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The Create Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP) team of Ailbhe Murphy (Project Lead) and Lynnette Moran (Lead Producer) and the rest of the eight EU organisations packed in a very productive two days in Berlin, hosted warmly by the AGORA team. The two day meetings (31st March and 1st April), facilitated by Patrick Fox and Susanne Bosch, worked through a busy agenda looking at planning the upcoming events and residencies that the project partners will organise, as well as communications planning.

In December 2014, all CAPP partners attended an initial meeting in Dublin at IMMA facilitated by Suanne Bosch. The Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP) is an ambitious transnational programme which will be delivered over a period of 46 months. The different strands of the work programme will cumulatively build skills and competences and offer professional development opportunities for collaborative artists through a series of workshops, artist residencies, arts commissions, presentations and a final cultural showcase to be held in 2017. Read more about CAPP.

Partners: Create-Ireland (coordinating partner) Agora Collective , hablarenarte:, Kunsthalle Osnabrück, Live Art Development Agency, Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art, M-Cult and Tate Liverpool.

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CreateIreland Almond. Spices. Peanut coriander brittle. Active charcoal. Food. Work. Education. Art. Flavours of Halfway to Infinity by Caique Tizzi @dlightstudios . With thanks to @Whelehanswines and @IrishDroneExpo . Part of #PracticeAndPower @CAPPnetwork pic.twitter.com/BMeROMvgIf
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CreateIreland Sheena Barrett leads floor talks and an introduction to the I Slept Like a Stone exhibition, drawing together works commissioned by @CAPPnetwork at @LabDCC this evening pic.twitter.com/buu43NzcAd
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