New board members at Create

Recipients 7 September 2016

Create is delighted to announce that two new members have joined the Create board. They are Sinead Dowling, Arts Officer, Carlow County Council and Martin Drury, independent practitioner and adviser, and former Director of Strategic Development at the Arts Council. Ailbhe Murphy Director of Create said: “Our two new board members bring significant skills to…

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Resort Residency (CAPP) awarded to Selina Thompson

Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme  

Resort Residency (CAPP) awarded to Selina Thompson

Recipients 1 September 2016

Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts, and Fingal Arts Office announce Resort Residency awarded to UK artist Selina Thompson Create and Fingal Arts office are delighted to announce that the UK artist Selina Thompson has been successful in the Open Call for the Resort Residency, as part of the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme…

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Resort Residency (CAPP) open call for artists – deadline August 12, 2016

Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme  

Resort Residency (CAPP) open call for artists – deadline August 12, 2016

Opportunities

Create and Fingal County Council Arts Office as part of the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme announce Resort Residency Open Call For Artists Create’s Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP) in partnership with Fingal County Council’s Arts Office are pleased to announce an International Residency Programme at Resort Residency – Lynders Mobile Home Park, Portrane, Ireland. This residency…

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Open Call for a Socially Engaged Commission at Tate Liverpool (CAPP) – deadline August 30, 2016

Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme  

Open Call for a Socially Engaged Commission at Tate Liverpool (CAPP) – deadline August 30, 2016

Opportunities

Open Call for a Socially Engaged Commission Tate Liverpool and Super Slow Way as part of the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme funded by Creative Europe Salary: Project budget: 40,000 GBP (approximately 50,000 EUR) Location: Liverpool – Tate Liverpool Closing date: 30 August 2016 at midnight Tate Liverpool is fully committed to challenging the ways in which…

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Privilege and the Displaced, Artist Residency – deadline July 14, 2016

Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme  

Privilege and the Displaced, Artist Residency – deadline July 14, 2016

Opportunities

Call for Proposals: Privilege and the Displaced, Artist Residency Live Art Development Agency as part of CAPP Open call for proposals from artists to undertake a two-week research-based residency in LADA’s Study Room exploring Live Art practices and methodologies in relation to the experiences of the displaced. Deadline for applications : 14 July 2016 The…

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Artist in the Community Scheme  

Arts Council Arts Participation Bursary Award – information clinic June 14, 2016

Opportunities

Date: 14 June 2016 Time: 11am-1pm Venue: Filmbase Building, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin The Arts Council will hold an information clinic in association with Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts on Tuesday, 14 June 2016. The clinic will take place in the Training Room, 2nd floor, Filmbase building, Curved Street, Temple Bar,…

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Residencies strand of CAPP in 2016

Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme  

Residencies strand of CAPP in 2016

News 4 February 2016

During 2016, the main programme strand in CAPP will focus on Residencies, in line with CAPP’s ambition to support artists to work transnationally and create an International dialogue around collaborative arts practice. These Residency opportunities vary, some offer short-term mini residencies, some are research-focused and others are of longer duration. Residencies are being advertised through…

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Create News Special: Sheelagh Broderick on Cork Ignite

 

Create News Special: Sheelagh Broderick on Cork Ignite

Create News Periodical 3 February 2016

Making Cork Ignite Sheelagh Broderick For this special issue of Create News, we invited Dr Sheelagh Broderick to write a critical reflection on Cork Ignite by Simon McKeown. ‘Cork Ignite by artist Simon Mckeown was a spectacular event following two years of preparation that illuminated arts and disability practice. Unabashedly revelling in its own conceits…

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