By giving you the opportunity to turn your passions into your profession. We provide the relevant knowledge, tools, resources and services that allow you to achieve your goals.
The Centre for Creative Practices, CFCP, founded in September 2009, is DEDICATED to DEVELOPING SUSTAINABILITY in the CULTURAL & CREATIVE SECTOR.
We look at the increased benefits of a vibrant sustainable Cultural & Creative sector to society and the economy. A sustainable and vibrant sector produces more jobs, increased engagement, greater public awareness of their importance and greater public funding.
What we do
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Our Thoughts & Comments
Why it is critical to get the rural economy moving again, Changing Creatives Lives in Rural Communities
One of the main ways in which we can effect change is through art & creative education. Art Colleges, like any university it serves two functions to: Act as both a store and repository of knowledge and skill and use those resources to prepare adults for their...read more
We feel that a sustainable cultural and creative sector produces more good news stories, which in turn leads to increased engagement, greater public awareness of their importance and greater public funding. One of the ways we can achieve this is through education of creatives, professionals and organisations.
At CFCP we are always looking at innovative ways technology can improve the lives of Creatives and the Cultural & Creative sector. Our first project is a new an innovative online platform, ArtConnected, which will make collaboration, engagement and discovery a lot easier and enhance creative practices.
The Centre for Creative Practices (CFCP) is the first intercultural Creative Organisation in Ireland and in Europe leading and shaping culturally diverse arts practice. CFCP is dedicated to integrating, promoting and mentoring migrant and local niche creatives. We also have access to and engage with a diverse range of minority ethnic and cultural communities.
At CFCP we provide research backed data to help discover what a sustainable Cultural and Creative Sector needs. The only way that we can advocate for change is to find out about the needs of all working in the CCI sector and make sure that the findings are put into practice.