Collaborative Practice Workshop Programme
Fri 25th & Sat 26th Jan, and Fri 1st & Sat 2nd March 2019
with Aideen Barry, Marie Brett, Siobhan Clancy, Michael McLoughin, Deirdre O'Mahony, John Scott, Mark Storor and Kate Wilson.
The number of valuable and stimulating opportunities for artists to work collaboratively with different groups of people of place or interest in Leitrim has increased significantly in recent years. However, while there are many artists in the region with extensive expertise in this arena - many artists haven't had the opportunity to develop an expertise in working collaboratively with groups or haven't had the opportunity to critically reflect on the work they have been doing.
With this in mind, as part of our Creative Ireland programme, Leitrim Arts Office and Creative Frame have developed a masterclass programme over two weekends with some of the most experienced practitioners in this field. Each weekend is limited to 15 participants and comprises of four half-day sessions and a panel discussion with all facilitators. There is no fee to participate but if you are interested in taking part, please complete the Expression of Interest Form below and return it to Christine Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date for receipt of completed Expression of Interest Forms is Monday 17th December.
|Weekend 1 - Fri 25th and Sat 26th Jan 2019 - The Dock, Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim.|
|Facillitators: Marie Brett, John Scott, Michael McLoughin, Siobhan Clancy. Chair - Aideen Barry.|
|Weekend 2 - Fri 1st and Sat 2nd March 2019 - Leitrim Sculpture Centre, Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim.|
|Facillitators: Aideen Barry, Kate Wilson, Deirdre O'Mahony and Mark Storor. Chair - Marie Brett|
DOWNLOAD EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FORM
Closing date for receipt of Expression of Interest Forms is Monday 17th December 2018.
In the event that the programme is oversubscribed, preference will be given to artists from a variety of artforms most likely to be working with groups in the future through the programme. For further information contact Christine Kelly, Leitrim Arts Office. Email email@example.com. Tel: 071 96 21694
Cruinniú na nÓg celebrating creativity in young people
Thanks to everyone who orgnasied events for Leitrim's first Cruinniú na nÓg, and to all the children and young people and their parents who came out on the day. Creative Ireland had their cameras with them and stopped by Manorhamlton and Effernagh and made this fabulous film clip. Take a look!
Next year we'll be looking to support more groups that want to organise events and activities for children and young people for Cruinniú na nÓg 2019. If you want to be kept informed make sure and join the arts office mailing list. The link is in the menu on the left.
Leitrim County Council publishes Culture & Creativity Strategy 2018 - 2022
At its last meeting, the members of Leitrim County Council adopted the council's first Culture & Creativity Strategy. The vision of Creative Ireland is that every person in Ireland will have the opportunity to fully realise his or her creative potential. The Creative Ireland Vision for Leitrim is to nurture and foster creative expression in all its diversity; embrace and welcome new ideas; and create the conditions to help turn those ideas into reality and embed creativity into all aspects of the social, economic and cultural life of Leitrim. The new strategy sets out the priorities to achieve that objective in a comprehensive plan and as well as achieving that under the Creative Ireland programme, a central purpose of the strategy is to act as guidance and a key influencer in the development of all cultural policies and corporate planning developed during the tenure of the Creative Ireland programme.