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Image credit: The Age of Participation, Ludwig Muzeum, Budapest (2015) Photo: Márton Somorjai.
Image credit: The Age of Participation, Ludwig Muzeum, Budapest (2015) Photo: Márton Somorjai.

The Collaborative Arts partnership Programme (CAPP) Website is now live.

The website has been developed over several months by Animo Creations. Animo Creations is a web design and development studio created by Karlijn Oostrik and Jorge de Rueda in 2000. With over 15 years of experience in creating web projects, they have worked for clients in Spain, Holland and UK. They are based in Madrid, Spain, and have been working in the cultural sector for many years now. Their principles match what Create and partners wanted for the CAPP website, acting as a showcase for all CAPP activities, a legacy and resource for collaborative arts and general EU culture sector, a contemporary website which is user friendly with clean modern aesthetic.

The platform will provide a central gathering point for information on aims, objectives, timelines and activities of the CAPP programme and will also give access to advice and support for artists working in, or aspiring to work in, the field of collaborative arts across Europe. 

It will be a dynamic and relevant source of information for those who are active in cultural, social and community contexts, including curators, managers, policy makers, academics, students and the general public. It will have all the opportunities and news updates about the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme and the opportunities for artists and communities to work together across Europe.

cappnetwork.com

For further information on the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme, contact Katrina Goldstone This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and visit the CAPP section on the Create website 

“CAPP- supporting the development of collaborative arts across Europe”

A transnational partnership on collaborative arts funded by Creative Europe

2014-2018

Partners: Create-Ireland (coordinating lead partner); Agora Collective, Berlin; hablarenarte:, Madrid; Heart of Glass, St Helens (UK); Kunsthalle Osnabrück, Osnabrück; Live Art Development Agency, London; Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest; M-Cult, Helsinki; and Tate Liverpool.

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CreateIreland In case you missed it... Audio of the full round-table discussion on Traveller Culture, Representation and the Archive, at @PaveePoint , part of Seamus Nolan's @CAPPnetwork commission Traveller Collection #PracticeAndPower bit.ly/2LmY5Cj pic.twitter.com/4uR5k35Gk8
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CreateIreland Join Áine Phillips at @thisisliveart for Border Patrollers: to explore ways that Live Art can develop relationships and support exchanges between UK and Ireland, especially in a post-Brexit future. 19 July, free, booking encouraged bit.ly/2u7FMt7
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CreateIreland @artscouncil_ie #AICScheme Bursary for art and activism recipient @Asylumarchive will be presenting on his ongoing work at @TheHughLane this Friday, 1pm twitter.com/Asylumarchive/status/1016769668592349184
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