New Case Study: SEED Collective

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New Case Study: SEED Collective

News 5 January 2022

SEED: objects of wonder is a new mixed media journal of art and writing, devised by writers Felicia Olusanya and Grace Wilentz and funded by the Arts Council Artist in the Community Scheme, managed by Create. Aware of virtual platform fatigue resulting from the pandemic, and a revived interest in receiving beautiful mail, the pair came…

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2021 in Review

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2021 in Review

News 16 December 2021

In 2021, Create reaffirmed our commitment to connecting artists, communities, arts and civil society organisations in our belief that by working together, artists and communities can purposefully explore how collaborative arts engage in distinct, relevant and powerful ways with the urgent social, cultural and political issues of our times. January In January, we published a…

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AIC Scheme Bursary Award 2021 Recipient (Collaborative Arts and Community Development): Kate O’Shea

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AIC Scheme Bursary Award 2021 Recipient (Collaborative Arts and Community Development): Kate O’Shea

News, Recipients 3 December 2021

Create and the Irish Local Development Network are delighted to announce Kate O’Shea as the recipient of the Artist in the Community Scheme Bursary Award 2021: Collaborative Arts and Community Development Kate is a multi-disciplinary social practice artist working across printmaking, large-scale installation, performance and publishing. Her collaborative practice builds spaces of solidarity to explore…

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Pilot Create Artist Mentor Panel: Mentoring Award

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Pilot Create Artist Mentor Panel: Mentoring Award

News, Opportunities Deadline expired

Create invites expressions of interest from collaborative socially engaged artists, or artists interested in/transitioning into collaborative socially engaged arts, who wish to avail of a focused period of mentorship to develop and consolidate their practice. The Pilot Artist Mentor Panel is funded through the Artist in the Community (AIC) Scheme, managed by Create on a…

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New AIC Scheme Case Study: ‘Yes, But Do You Care?’

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New AIC Scheme Case Study: ‘Yes, But Do You Care?’

News 22 November 2021

‘Yes, But Do You Care?’ is a cross-disciplinary collaborative art project by visual artist Marie Brett, working with dance artist and choreographer Philip Connaughton, with contributions from members of the Dementia Carers Campaign Network.  This work explores the experiences of family carers, the human right to make a bad decision, and Ireland’s new capacity legislation. The…

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AIC Scheme 2021 Round Two: Successful Recipients

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AIC Scheme 2021 Round Two: Successful Recipients

News, Recipients 19 November 2021

Congratulations to all successful applicants to the AIC Scheme (Round Two) in 2021, who come from a range of art forms and contexts. Read more about each recipient, and their planned course of work, below.   Research and Development Award Playwright Marina Ní Dhubháin will work with Aisteóirí Bhréanainn in the Co Kerry Gaeltacht, to…

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AIC Bursary Award 2021 Collaborative Arts and Cultural Diversity recipient: Gea Gojak

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AIC Bursary Award 2021 Collaborative Arts and Cultural Diversity recipient: Gea Gojak

News, Recipients 28 September 2021

Create and the Immigrant Council of Ireland are pleased to announce Gea Gojak as the recipient of the Artist in the Community Scheme Bursary Award 2021: Collaborative Arts and Cultural Diversity. Gea Gojak is a Croatian theatremaker who uses theatre to explore the way, the means and the language of expression and as an incentive…

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Create and The Model residency recipient: Nadia Tamerji

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Create and The Model residency recipient: Nadia Tamerji

News, Recipients 18 August 2021

Create and The Model in Sligo are pleased to announce Nadia Tamerji as the recipient of the 2021 Artist Residency Award. This award was designed for collaborative socially engaged artists who have first-hand experience of displacement and/or are shaped by histories of intergenerational migration. The residency will take place at The Model and provide opportunities…

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2021 Bursary in Collaborative Arts and Cultural Diversity

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2021 Bursary in Collaborative Arts and Cultural Diversity

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Create is delighted to offer two Artist in the Community Scheme bursaries in 2021. The first, themed on Collaborative Arts and Cultural Diversity, is offered in partnership with the Immigrant Council of Ireland, and is designed to support individual professional artists whose practice centres on collaboration with individuals or groups (non-arts professionals). The second bursary and its…

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