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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Create News 26: I Am Not a Piece of Meat

Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme  

Create News 26: I Am Not a Piece of Meat

Create News Periodical 2 April 2019

Anna Furse: Collaborative Practice and the Body Anna Furse in conversation with Susanne Bosch “AN ANATOMY ACT deals with the morbid, but with humour. I’m taking people on an uncomfortable and disturbing journey. I hope people feel comforted by the fact that these taboos about death, our own imminent passing, and of our bodies being…

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We are hiring! Communications and Publishing Manager

 

We are hiring! Communications and Publishing Manager

Opportunities Deadline expired

Create has an exciting new job opportunity for a full-time Communications and Publishing Manager. Applications should include a cover letter, outlining why you are suitable for this role with a full CV and two named referees. Completed applications should be submitted by email only to recruitment@create-ireland.ie with “Communications and Publishing Manager application” in the subject…

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We are hiring! Programme Manager, Arts and Engagement

 

We are hiring! Programme Manager, Arts and Engagement

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Create has an exciting new job opportunity for a full-time Programme Manager, Arts and Engagement. Applications should include a cover letter, outlining why you are suitable for this role with a full CV and two named referees. Completed applications should be submitted by email only to recruitment@create-ireland.ie with “Programme Manager, Arts and Engagement application” in…

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

Artist in the Community Scheme  

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

Artist in the Community Scheme  

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

Artist in the Community Scheme  

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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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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Arts Council AIC Scheme Bursary Award 2018: Collaborative Arts in Health Contexts – recipient

Artist in the Community Scheme  

Arts Council AIC Scheme Bursary Award 2018: Collaborative Arts in Health Contexts – recipient

Recipients 27 January 2019

Create is delighted to announce that Marielle MacLeman has been awarded the Arts Council Artist in the Community Scheme Bursary Award 2018: Collaborative Arts in Health Contexts MacLeman is a visual artist who has developed an Arts and Health practice since the early 2000s. Her practice explores the interconnection between place and the human drive…

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Arts Council’s Artist in the Community Scheme – next deadline July 29

Artist in the Community Scheme  

Arts Council’s Artist in the Community Scheme – next deadline July 29

Opportunities Deadline expired

  Arts Council’s Artist in the Community Scheme Scéim An Ealaíontóra Sa Phobal 2019 Deadlines: (Round 1) Monday 25 March; (Round 2) Monday 29 July. Are you an artist working collaboratively with a community? Are you an artist or community group with an interest in working on a collaborative, socially engaged project? Twice yearly, the…

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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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Create News 25: The Infrastructure of Public Art

 

Create News 25: The Infrastructure of Public Art

Create News Periodical 16 December 2018

Caroline Cowley in conversation with Grainne Coughlan “Working with artists within the local authority has the potential to change how we all do things. I am aware too that while the artist may work on these local platforms, their reputational reach is International. I am interested in how the local responds to the global through…

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