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Create provides a number of services to assist the professional development of collaborative arts practice in social and community contexts.

We offer one-to-one advisory sessions and provide an information service to Create associates.

The content of sessions is tailored to the needs of the individual practitioner or organisation. This can be an opportunity for you to discuss planning your work, gathering key information on sources of support, funding, potential partners and/or organisational development.

If you wish to book an advisory session or would like information on becoming an associate please contact: info (at) create-ireland.ie

Artist in the Community Scheme

Twice yearly, the Arts Council offers grants to enable artists and communities of place or interest to work together on projects. The scheme is open to artists from a wide range of arts disciplines. Bursary awards are also available. Find out more about the Artist in the Community Scheme.

CPD Workshops

As part of our organisational remit to support continuing professional development, Create schedules CPD workshops annually [Read more].

Workshops are offered to associates at a reduced fee. For information on becoming an associate please contact: info (at) create-ireland.ie

 

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CreateIreland Opportunity for artists experienced in working with young people with intellectual disabilities @Cabinteelygrain twitter.com/Cabinteelygrain/status/1043109127420092418
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CreateIreland Performer, Writer, Director Maud Hendricks, previous @artscouncil_ie #AICScheme recipient, shares her insights with prospective applicants at one of our regular information sessions, at @CourtyardArts today. Read more about the AIC Scheme at our website: bit.ly/2Ev5Sye pic.twitter.com/8faLe2kuNu
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CreateIreland TOMORROW @RUARED , 1pm - 6pm: Glitch Festival Material Politics brings together artists, activists, and theorists to explore how new kinds of engagement with the materiality of politics open up political possibility and shift existing fields of knowledge. bit.ly/2MYP0nQ pic.twitter.com/qqRD1vmac1
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