MASI Journal No. 1

 

MASI Journal No. 1

News, Featured publication 8 October 2019

MASI Journal No. 1 is the first journal produced by MASI (Movement of Asylum Seekers Ireland), which coincided with their conference “Towards a More Human Asylum Process”, held at Liberty Hall on the 5th October 2019. This beautifully designed and produced journal, 123 pages and in striking full colour, is a substantial representation of the…

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Connect Create Change: Leading Collaborative Arts in Ireland

 

Connect Create Change: Leading Collaborative Arts in Ireland

Featured publication 3 October 2019

We are delighted to launch our Strategy for 2020-2025, Connect Create Change: Leading Collaborative Arts in Ireland.This strategy was developed through an extensive consultation process with stakeholders, the Board of Create and the Create executive and team, and was officially launched on the 26th September by Independent Senator Colette Kelleher, with contributions from Board Chair…

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Field Notes: The Inaugural Summer School on Cultural Diversity and Collaborative Practice

Artist in the Community Scheme  

Field Notes: The Inaugural Summer School on Cultural Diversity and Collaborative Practice

Featured publication 15 August 2019

On a regular ongoing basis, Create staff will recommend an article, book, or performance that has caught their eye. This time around we’re being so bold as to feature our own publication. Field Notes: The Inaugural Summer School on Cultural Diversity and Collaborative Practice documents the first such Summer School in 2018, an initiative of…

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Field Issue 12/13

 

Field Issue 12/13

Featured publication 26 July 2019

On a regular ongoing basis, Create staff will recommend an article, book, or performance that has caught their eye. We’re delighed to feature Field: A journal of socially-engaged art criticism, Issue 12/13. Guest edited by Gregory Sholette, this special double issue of Field focuses on new forms of cultural and artistic activism that have emerged…

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The Art of Relevance, Nina Simon

 

The Art of Relevance, Nina Simon

Featured publication 17 June 2019

On a regular ongoing basis, Create staff will recommend an article, book, or performance that has caught their eye. The Art of Relevance by Nina Simon is our choice this month. Nina was until recently the Executive Director of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History (“The MAH”), where she employed the Of/By/For All…

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A Blade of Grass

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A Blade of Grass

Featured publication 24 May 2019

On a regular ongoing basis, Create staff will recommend an article, book, or performance that has caught their eye. This month, we’re doing something a bit different! We’re so often impressed by the work of A Blade of Grass, that we wanted to highlight just some of the great resources – videos, articles, and interviews, they…

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Delirium and Resistance

 

Delirium and Resistance

Featured publication 9 April 2019

On a regular ongoing basis, Create staff will recommend an article, book, or performance that has caught their eye.  For April 2019, we will focus on Delirium and Resistance: Activist Art and the Crisis of Capitalism, by Gregory Sholette, with an introduction by Kim Charnley and foreword by Lucy R. Lippard. In the aftermath of…

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Durty Words

 

Durty Words

Featured publication 6 February 2019

On a regular ongoing basis, Create staff will recommend an article, book, or performance that has caught their eye. For January 2019, we will spotlight Durty Words: A space for dialogue, solidarity, resistance and creation. Edited and designed by Victoria Brunetta and Kate O’Shea, this book features 134 contributors, and is rich with illustration, photography,…

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What We Made

 

What We Made

Featured publication 17 December 2018

On a regular ongoing basis, Create staff will recommend an article, book, or performance that has caught their eye. This time, we’re focusing on What We Made: Conversations on Art and Social Cooperation, by Tom Finkelpearl. In What We Made, Tom Finkelpearl examines the activist, participatory, co-authored aesthetic experiences being created in contemporary art. He…

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Learning in Public

Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme  

Learning in Public

Featured publication 5 September 2018

On a regular ongoing basis, Create staff will recommend an article, book, or performance that has caught their eye. Our inaugural featured publication is Learning In Public: TransEuropean Collaborations In Socially Engaged Art. Reflecting on the first four years of the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP), Learning in Public: transEuropean Collaborations in Socially Engaged Art…

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