Your use of Create's website is subject to our terms and conditions of use. 

Create Reading Room – bookshelf

The Create Library and Living Archive of Collaborative Arts is a unique resource for artists, community workers, arts, civil society and NGO organisations and anyone with an interest in and passion for the potential of art to effect social change. The Create Library and Living Archive of Collaborative Arts is an open inclusive space of learning and exchange. It’s a home for ideas and a place to find out more about where and how collaborative art is made, encountered, and understood. It includes case studies and evaluations of collaborative arts projects, critical theory and guidebooks.

The Reading Room can be used as a research facility by students, Create members, artists and arts organisations or it can simply be a space to view the range of work inspired by collaborative arts practices. We now offer an online catalogue, referencing the publications and resources in the Reading Room. Our collection is constantly growing, and new materials are added regularly.

Access to the Create Reading Room is available to members and non-members by appointment only. Material is reference only but photocopying is available in accordance with the terms of copyright law.
To make an appointment, or for advice on our catalogue or stock contact janeorourke [at] create-ireland.ie or call 01-4736600.

If you have a query about a specific publication call the Create office. If your organisation has documents or resources which you feel should be included in the Reading Room please contact us by phone or email.

 

Create Reading Room

Sign-up to Create's eBulletin

@CreateIreland

CreateIreland
CreateIreland Along with further positions in Kerry, Kildare, Meath, Longford, Tipperary, @mus_gen are re-advertising a Music development Officer position in @MusGenSligo - closing 7th June 12 noon twitter.com/mus_gen/status/1130506193137471490
10 hours ago.
CreateIreland
CreateIreland Film-making training for youth workers and non-formal educators, 12th June, Galway @nycinews . This workshop combines a range of skills required to deliver a film making programme, all while maintaining a youth work centred approach. bit.ly/2wkkgmN pic.twitter.com/1hpIoZHBSj
13 hours ago.
CreateIreland
CreateIreland Tracing the Steps: Join professional dancers, academics and technologists on 30 May (6.30-8.30pm) in exploring DLT-based archive and attribution for the professional dance community. All welcome, especially for those with an interest in #blockchain #DLT bit.ly/2LV3wNg pic.twitter.com/VQcRBZNdom
1 day ago.