CREATE: News & Opportunities – October 2022
News from Create
Booking is now open for the Creative Places and Create Networking Event 2022
Date: 10-11 November
Location: Tuam, Co. Galway
Admission: €10 – €25
To book: https://CPCreateNetworkingEvent2022.eventbrite.ie
This two-day event will explore how support and solidarity intersect with and inform the development of critical relationships in socially engaged, collaborative arts practice. We are delighted to host the event this year in Tuam, home of the Creative Places pilot. Come with us to explore the town, seeing our core preoccupations of support and solidarity in action.
During this two day event, our invited speakers will propose a series of methodologies that can be used in order to build networks of support and solidarity for and between collaborative, socially engaged practitioners and communities.
On this page you will find links to the full programme, booking, an access document, and speaker biographies.
It is important to us that as many people as possible have an opportunity to experience our Networking Event. Those with financial, access or other requirements are invited to contact Create on email@example.com, or 014736600, to discuss how we can best support you to attend. Irish Sign Language (ISL) interpretation will be available upon advance request. We are aware that many access requirements exist. If in the case you feel that you cannot attend due to an unmet access requirement, please get in touch with us and we will work with you to ensure you can experience the event.
Rehearsing Hospitality: Accessing Abundance during Institutional Breakdown with artist Dawn Weleski
Deadline for applications: 20 October, 5pm (Irish time)
Workshop dates & time: 27 October, 1 and 3 November, 2-5pm (Irish time)
Create is delighted to present Rehearsing Hospitality: Accessing Abundance during Institutional Breakdown, a 3-session online workshop with artist Dawn Weleski on 27 October (Thursday), 1 November (Tuesday) and 3 November (Thursday) 2022.
How can artists facilitate nimble project expansion and contraction; activate both entrances and also exits for collaborators and participants; and adapt in sustainability of practice without compromising artistic integrity and project autonomy – all while avoiding institutional capture?
The series will address the politics of transitioning into more collective and durational forms of practice, as well as the complex negotiations required within the engine of collaboration and between external stakeholders and resource-holders as creatives and changemakers navigate the competing demands of their intersecting economies and communities.
Those with financial, access or other requirements are invited to contact Create on firstname.lastname@example.org, or 01 473 6600, to discuss how we can best support you to attend.
2022 AIC Scheme Bursary: Collaborative Arts and Dance
Deadline: 17 October, 5pm
Create is pleased to partner with Dance Ireland to offer the 2022 AIC Scheme bursary award on Collaborative Arts and Dance. This bursary is designed to support individual professional artists whose practice centres on collaboration with individuals or groups (non-arts professionals).
The AIC Scheme Bursary Award 2022: Collaborative Arts and Dance specifically aims to support an individual professional artist working in collaborative socially engaged arts practice. The purpose of the award is to support and nurture professional arts practice; it is aimed at a dance artist with a track record of working collaboratively with communities of place or interest. The bursary of €10,000 provides the selected artist with time and resources to carry out research and to engage with and reflect on their practice. More particularly, it allows the artist to consider key questions associated with their dance practice using collaborative methodologies.
Project Officer, European Network of Cultural Centres (ENCC) , Belgium
Deadline: 16 October
The European Network of Cultural Centres (ENCC) is looking for a full-time Project Officer. This is a full-time position (38hr), located in Brussels, Belgium. The contract offered is an unlimited contract.
Head of Community Arts & Education, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, NI
Deadline: 21 October, 12 noon
The Arts Council is the lead development agency for the arts in Northern Ireland and now has the following vacancy – Ref: 22/04: Head of Community Arts and Education
Various Roles, Dublin City Council Culture Company
Deadline: 21 October
Dublin City Council Culture Company’s work is focused on embedding cultural experiences and increasing cultural participation throughout Dublin’s neighbourhoods.
They are seeking to recruit a Creative Engagement Programme Manager who will co-manage the wider creative engagement team, oversee the delivery of agreed programmes and projects, and assist the department head in developing new projects and programmes in line with their company goals and values (as set out in the Company Strategy 2019-2024).
And a Creative Engagement Coordinator who will coordinate and administer their cultural and creative programmes activities, which run across their buildings and citywide.
Administrative/ Front of House Assistant (part-time), Fire Station Artists’ Studios
Deadline: 23 October, 12 midnight
Fire Station Artists’ Studios is pleased to announce a vacancy for an Administrative / Front of House Assistant (part-time) for a 6-months contract.
Arts & Culture Coordinator, Pavee Point
Deadline: 2 November, 5pm
The new role of Arts & Culture Coordinator offers an exciting opportunity to connect and build on previous and current work being undertaken in the area of Traveller arts and culture, and to support and help shape further developments in this field.
This has been developed as part of a Partnership between Pavee Point Traveller & Roma Centre and The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon. The Partnership aims to develop a shared vision and programme of work that increases Traveller inclusion, visibility and participation in the arts in Ireland, and supports and promotes the arts and cultural contribution of Travellers and Traveller organisations in Irish society.
Communications and Marketing Executive, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios
Deadline: 3 November, 5pm
Temple Bar Gallery + Studios (TBG+S) is looking to appoint a Communications + Marketing Executive to work within the contemporary arts organisation in the centre of Dublin City.
Finance & Operations Manager, Dance Ireland
Deadline: 7 November, 10am
Dance Ireland is seeking an experienced and highly motivated Finance & Operations Manager to assume responsibility for the daily management and operations of DanceHouse, their six-studio building in Dublin 1, and to support the work of the organisation with impeccable financial management.
AWARDS & CALLS
Arts Grants 2023, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council
Deadline: 25 October, 5pm
The dlr Arts Grant Scheme for 2023 opens for applications. Grants are available to provide financial assistance to individual artists, arts groups and arts organisations engaged in arts projects or events at local or county level and to support the professional development and arts practice of individual artists, arts groups and organisations. There are also Arts Access Grants available for older persons and Community Arts Grants for small scale community arts events.
More information is available from the above weblink.
MusicAIRE, Music Moves Europe (MME), EU
Category: Open Calls
Deadline: 26 October, 1pm (CET)
Music Moves Europe (MME) is the European Commission’s overall framework for projects and actions in support of the European music sector.
This is a call for proposals under the MusicAIRE (An Innovative Recovery for Europe) project, co-funded by the European Union under the 2020 Annual work programme for the implementation of the “Preparatory Action – Music Moves Europe: Boosting European music diversity and talent”.
Seed Grants, Irish Hospice Foundation
Deadline: 28 October, 5pm
Irish Hospice Foundation (IHF), with the support of the Creative Ireland Programme, is offering 15 Seed Grants to support communities’ creative exploration of grief or memorialisation. This scheme offers communities across Ireland multiple ways to process the impact of death, dying, grief, and more general losses. The Seed Grants support groups, organisations and individuals looking for creative ways to do this. Priority will be given to creative initiatives that take innovative approaches to reflection and remembrance.
Rebuilding to Last Hackathon, Trans Europe Halles, Germany
Category: Open Calls
Deadline: 30 October, 23:59 (CET)
The Rebuilding to Last Hackathon (RTL) is a gathering for cultural organisations striving to implement environmental future-proofing solutions in their spaces and/or neighbourhoods.
Through the three participatory architecture interventions, RTL and its partners are looking to enable cultural organisations and their audiences to enable cultural organisations and their audiences to reflect on regenerating, rethinking, renovating and restructuring of cultural, community and social/physical spaces, in a lasting manner that is in balance with the ecosystem. This is an opportunity to experiment with new and old sustainability methods to address building-related and urban-related issues in line with circular economy principles.
Click here for more details.
Visual Arts and Creative Writing Research Residency 2023, Fondation Thalie, Belgium
Deadline: 31 October, 8pm (CET)
Fondation Thalie has opened applications for Visual Arts and Creative Writing Research Residency 2023. The aim of the residency is to support and accompany a reflexive way of thinking and artistic practices that give way to new imaginaries regarding the green transition.
This call is addressed to artists who already have an ecological dimension in their practice and/or who are in dialogue with the life sciences.
Read more from the weblink above.
Arts and Disability Connect 2022 (Round 2), Arts & Disability Ireland
Deadline: 1 November, 4pm
The Arts and Disability Connect scheme is designed to support individual artists with disabilities to be ambitious, to develop their practice and to connect with arts organisations and arts professionals in Ireland. It offers artists an opportunity to; make a change in their practice; ‘step up’ in terms of scope and scale; engage in new learning experiences; develop new working relationships; buy time to research and develop work; to make and present new work to audiences.
Application forms, guidelines, Easy Read guide, FAQ’s for round two 2022 can be downloaded from the weblink above.
AN TIONSCADAL DROMCHLA, Lydia MacBride
Gallery Visit: 14-29 October
Venue: A4 Sounds, St Joseph’s Parade, Dublin 1
AN TIONSCADAL DROMCHLA EXHIBITION 00 offers the first public view into Lydia’s long term story-telling and world-building project. Consisting of 5 short stories and a gallery show, the collection explores relinquishing your physical self and achieving transcendence, the sabotage of a research experiment, the intimacy of transition, what we leave behind on monolithic server racks and the disappearance of a suburb.
Lydia MacBride is a self-taught digital artist and musician working across multiple mediums including graphic design, 3D modelling, illustration and web design. Lydia utilizes these mediums in her storytelling to explore themes of anti-colonialism, anti-capitalism, Irish language and folklore and magic. Lydia is the recipient of We Only Want the Earth 2022, Residency Award One.
NY Art Book Fair 2022, Printed Matter, Inc.
Date: 13-16 October
Venue: 548 W 22nd St., New York, USA
Taking place in Chelsea, just around the corner from Printed Matter’s bookstore, the NY Art Book Fair (NYABF) is the leading international event for the distribution of artists’ books. Exhibitors include a broad range of artists, collectives, publishers, institutions, galleries, antiquarian booksellers, and distributors. This year’s Fair will feature many of the longstanding exhibitors and programs that have come to define this beloved event, while also offering new ways to discover artists’ books and explore the full breadth of the art publishing community.
For more info and to register, click here.
Postcards from Dublin 2050, Zero Together
In your ideal world, what would Dublin look and feel like in 2050 free from fossil fuels?
Zero Together are inviting you to send a message from the future in the form of a postcard. They are embarking on an ambitious project to capture a vision of Dublin in 2050 created by the people of Dublin. The goal of this campaign is to curate and share positive and inspiring visions of what success might look like and invite the people of Dublin to imagine their future in a city and region free from fossil fuels.
Zero Together, led by Codema, Dublin’s Energy Agency, is a unique initiative that is bringing together diverse perspectives and experience from businesses, communities, transport groups, academia and local authorities to work towards the same goal of moving Dublin away from fossil fuels as soon as possible; with the ultimate aim of developing the county into a clean and healthy region to live, work, study and visit.
Read more about Zero Together from the above weblink