AIC Scheme Second Round 2019: Successful Applicants

Artist in the Community Scheme  

AIC Scheme Second Round 2019: Successful Applicants

News, Recipients 17 September 2019

Congratulations to all the successful applicants to the AIC Scheme (Second Round 2019), who come from a range of art forms and contexts. Research and Development Award Artist; Community; Context; Artform; Location Alex Pentek; Cork Traveller Women’s Network; Art and Cultural Diversity; Visual Arts; Cork John Whelan; North Wexford Traditional Singing Circle; Arts and Community…

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We Only Want the Earth

We Only Want The Earth  

We Only Want the Earth

News, Opportunities

Create are delighted to partner with A4 Sounds to deliver an Exhibition Award and two new Residencies, to be delivered in 2020. These new initiatives form part of A4 Sounds’ 2020 Programme We Only Want The Earth, a partnership between A4 Sounds and Create, Fire Station Artists’ Studios, TENI (Transgender Equality Network Ireland), MASI (Movement…

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Learning Lab: Art, Cultural Democracy and the City

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Learning Lab: Art, Cultural Democracy and the City

News 29 August 2019

Art, Cultural Democracy and the City is a conversation focusing on who and what makes a city, a partnership between Create, Counterpoints Arts and Crawford Art Gallery Cork, taking place with a group of invited participants, on September 27th 2019. Cork city is facing a range of exciting, overlapping developments with nonetheless physical and infrastructural…

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AIC Scheme Case Study: Made Ground

Artist in the Community Scheme  

AIC Scheme Case Study: Made Ground

News 21 August 2019

Funded by the Arts Council Artist in the Community Scheme Made Ground is a collaboration between artists Eva Richardson McCrea, Frank Sweeney and the Dublin Dockworkers Preservation Society (DDWPS). Taking the DDWPS online archive of over 3,500 photographs as its starting point, the work draws on a range of source material including interviews, institutional and…

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Create National Networking Day 2019 – Fully Booked!

Networking Day  

Create National Networking Day 2019 – Fully Booked!

News 28 July 2019

Join Create and partners Crawford Art Gallery (Cork), Counterpoints Arts (London), Cork City Arts Office and Heart of Glass (St Helens) for Create’s 2019 Networking Day for Collaborative Arts. Where: Millenium Hall, Cork City Centre When: 26th September 2019 Please visit the Event page (below) for full programme and booking information *Please note that this event…

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Create announces membership of ENAR Ireland

 

Create announces membership of ENAR Ireland

News 23 July 2019

Create are proud to become a member of ENAR Ireland – European Network Against Racism Ireland. ENAR Ireland (European Network Against Racism Ireland) is a national network of anti-racism civil society organisations which aims to work collectively to highlight and address the issue of racism in Ireland through the promotion and monitoring of EU and…

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New AIC Scheme Recent Graduate Research and Development Award

Artist in the Community Scheme  

New AIC Scheme Recent Graduate Research and Development Award

News 23 July 2019

Create are pleased to announce a NEW Artist in the Community (AIC) Scheme award for Recent Graduates, introduced in 2019. Recent Graduate Research and Development Award (with Mentoring) Recent Graduate artists are defined as those of any age, who have graduated from an undergraduate degree programme in the arts in the past three years and…

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Uisce Salach (Dirty Water)

 

Uisce Salach (Dirty Water)

News 16 December 2018

Uisce Salach (Dirty Water) is a new collaborative sound art project about contested water issues in Ireland. Softday, the art-science collaboration of artist Sean Taylor and computer scientist Mikael Fernström, are initiating a collaborative art process leading to the creation of a significant citizen’s art-science project based on water analyses from domestic water supplies from…

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Practice and Power Media Resources

Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme  

Practice and Power Media Resources

News 9 September 2018

In June 2018, Dublin was host to a four-day, major transnational event exploring questions of negotiation, exchange and representation in contemporary collaborative arts practice. Artists across the world are engaging with diverse constituencies to develop projects that seek to influence and expand the possibilities for greater participation and agency across artistic, cultural and socio-political spheres….

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CAPP commissioned digital artwork now live

Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme  

CAPP commissioned digital artwork now live

News 10 July 2018

Create and Live Collision are delighted to announce that a digital artwork as part of I AM NOT A PIECE OF MEAT, a Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP) commission to Prof. Anna Furse, is now live. This digital artwork was workshopped and tested during Practice and Power, a CAPP conferencing event held in Dublin, June…

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AIC Artist Residency in partnership with Fire Station Artists’ Studio – 2018

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AIC Artist Residency in partnership with Fire Station Artists’ Studio – 2018

News 9 April 2018

AIC Artist Residency in partnership with Fire Station Artists’ Studio Open Call Create and Fire Station Artists’ Studios invite applications from artists that are based in Ireland for a one-month residency award based at Fire Station Artists’ Studios. The award is being offered to an artist from an ethnic minority background and will run for…

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