Membership of Create is open to individual artists and arts organisations, across all art forms. Create provides advice, support, training and development opportunities for artists and arts organisations and works closely with communities of place and interest to expand people’s access to and participation in the arts.
New Benefits have been added for members this year!
Members can now avail of reduced cost insurance for artists and organisations from JLT Charity Insurance (including public liability, premises and equipment insurance); a health plan from HSF (an organisation that gives cash back for everyday medical expenses); a discount on health insurance from Aviva; a range of discounts at arts venues around the country; access to short term ‘hot desks’ in the Create office at Curved Street. Learn more about the new benefits.
Join Create and share the benefits:
Our members benefit from advice on project planning, funding etc. in one-to-one advisory sessions(including regional sessions as part of Create-on-tour in 2013); a regular e-digest including developments and opportunities for artists; Create News by post or email; reductions on Create publications including the Collaborative Arts Performance Pack; access to the Reading Room which includes case studies and evaluations of collaborative arts projects, critical theory and guidebooks; access to Garda vetting for artists and employers involved in arts and cultural activities; priority booking and discount for CPD Workshops; networking opportunities at seminars and events, and at our annual Members’ Networking Day; opportunity to initiate artists’ projects such as seminars, events or CPD workshops.
To take the first step, simply complete the online application.
• Individual / Artist €30 p.a.
• Arts / Community Organisation €60 p.a.
• Private Company / Public Body €100 p.a.
For further information contact us at (01) 4736600 or by email info(at)create-ireland.ie.
Voluntary Arts Ireland Chief Officer Kevin Murphy introducing the Create and Voluntary Arts Ireland Arts and Civil Society Symposium, 20 and 21 October 2011, Christchurch, Triskel Arts Centre, Cork.
Defining Participation and Practice - Policy Perspectives. Martin Drury, Pat Cooke, Marian Fitzgibbon, Pauline Conroy. Chair: Fiona Kearney.
Defining Participation and Practice – Policy Perspectives panel. Seated left to right: Martin Drury, Pat Cooke, Fiona Kearney (Chair), Marian Fitzgibbon, Pauline Conroy.
Create Director Sarah Tuck introducing the keynote address by Dr Anthony Downey.
Engaging Communities – The Permeable Institution. One of three concurrent LAB Debates. Left to right: Lisa Moran, Topher Campbell, Declan McGonagle (Chair), Tom Creed, William Ring.
LAB Reports panel. Left to right: Liz Burns, Robin Simpson, Tony Fegan (Chair), Declan McGonagle.
Rethinking Cultural and Civic Space. Pictured (left to right): Mícheál Ó Domhnaill, Annette Moloney, Bernadette Quinn (Chair).
Rethinking Cultural and Civic Space. Pictured (left to right): Annette Moloney (presenting), Bernadette Quinn (Chair), Frank McDonald, Faisal Abdu’ Allah.
Arts, Civil Society and Crisis panel. Pictured (left to right): Augustine Zenakos, Carlota Álvarez Basso, Daniel Jewesbury (chair), Gabriel Gbadamosi, Silvana Carotenuto.
Arts, Civil Society and Crisis. Pictured: Daniel Jewesbury (chair), Nuno Sacramento. Arts and Civil Society Symposium, Cork, October 20-21, 2011. All photos: Susan Walsh.
Christian Buchner, Katia Rush-Hall (Symposium Coordinator), Aoife O'Leary, Pamela Murray. All photos: Susan Walsh.