AIC Bursary Award 2019: Collaborative Arts and Theatre

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AIC Bursary Award 2019: Collaborative Arts and Theatre

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Create, in partnership with Dublin Fringe Festival, are delighted to announce that the 2019 AIC Scheme Bursary Award takes the focus of Collaborative Arts and Theatre. Closing date for applications: 11th November 2019, 5pm. The objective of the Artist in the Community (AIC) Scheme Bursary Award, offered once a year, is to support individual professional…

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AIC Scheme Second Round 2019: Successful Applicants

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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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AIC Scheme Case Study: Made Ground

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

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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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New AIC Scheme Recent Graduate Research and Development Award

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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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AIC Scheme First Round 2019: Successful Applicants

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AIC Scheme First Round 2019: Successful Applicants

Recipients 6 June 2019

Create manages the Artist in the Community Scheme on behalf of the Arts Council. The successful applicants to the First Round 2019 come from a range of art forms and contexts. Research and Development Award Artist; Community; Context; Artform; Location Jane Queally; Amach! LGBT Galway CLG/ Tach Solais Resource centre; Cultural Diversity; Visual Arts; Galway…

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Create and FSAS 2019 Residency Recipient Rajinder Singh

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Create and FSAS 2019 Residency Recipient Rajinder Singh

Recipients 10 May 2019

Create and Fire Station Artists’ Studios are pleased to announce Rajinder Singh as the recipient of the 2019 Artist Residency Award based at Fire Station Artists’ Studios. The Residency will run during the month of June, incorporating International Refugee week (17-23 June 2019) offering opportunities for discussion and development of work. This residency is funded…

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Summer School on Cultural Diversity and Collaborative Practice

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Summer School on Cultural Diversity and Collaborative Practice

Opportunities Deadline expired

Create and Counterpoints Arts are pleased to announce the 2019 Summer School on Cultural Diversity and Collaborative Practice An initiative of The Arts Council’s Artist in the Community Scheme, managed by Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts.  The Artist in the Community Scheme (AIC) is funded by the Arts Council and managed by…

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Create and Carlow Arts Festival Artist Residency Award – deadline March 18

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Create and Carlow Arts Festival Artist Residency Award – deadline March 18

Opportunities

Create and Carlow Arts Festival Artist Residency Award Open Call Create and Carlow Arts Festival invite applications from collaborative artists from ethnic minority backgrounds who are based in the Republic of Ireland, for a residency award with Carlow Arts Festival. The Residency will begin in May, and run to June, to incorporate this interdisciplinary festival…

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Create and Fire Station Artists’ Studios Artist Residency Award – deadline March 18

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Create and Fire Station Artists’ Studios Artist Residency Award – deadline March 18

Opportunities

Create and Fire Station Artists’ Studios Artist Residency Award Open Call Create and Fire Station Artists’ Studios invite applications from collaborative artists from ethnic minority backgrounds that are based in the Republic of Ireland, for a four week residency award based at Dublin’s Fire Station Artists’ Studios (FSAS). The Residency will run during the month…

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Create, Fire Station Artists’ Studios and Carlow Arts Festival announce 2019 residencies

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Create, Fire Station Artists’ Studios and Carlow Arts Festival announce 2019 residencies

Opportunities

Following the success of the inaugural Create and Fire Station Artists’ Studios residency for an artists from a culturally diverse background in 2018, Create are delighted to announce two residencies for 2019. Create will partner with Fire Station Artists’ Studios once more to invite applications from collaborative artists from ethnic minority backgrounds that are based…

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