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Thu 31st of Jul to Mon 4th of Aug
Slovak Cultural Week
31st July | Opening Evening | 6-11pm The opening ceremony followed by the reception for guests. supporters and other friends of Slovak community in Ireland. Invite Only.
Thu 7th to Mon 18th of Aug
Forgotten Zine Archive Exhibition
Zines are most commonly described using some or all of the following: non-commercial. non-professional. small-circulation magazines whose creators also manage their production. publishing and distribution themselves. They are often treated as ephemera by readers and authors alike.
Mon 11th of Aug at 7:30pm-10:30pm
Arabic Film Club: "Where Do We Go Now?"
An Arabic film with English subtitles and chat afterwards. Synopsis: A group of Lebanese women try to ease religious tensions between Christians and Muslims in their village.
Thu 14th of Aug at 8pm-10:30pm
Mary Sigalas and Kevin Lawlor Trio Double Bill
With the revival of the cocktail culture. all things from that glorious age of sophisticated cool are hip again—but with a modern edge. Mary Sigalas re-imagines the classic jazz/blues from the 1920's through the 1950's with the deeply personal depth of a contemporary alternative artist.
Fri 15th of Aug at 8pm-10pm
Kill the Monster
Kill The Monster is a longform improvisation group which emerged from No Drama Theatre. For people unfamiliar with "Improv" it is unscripted and involves the creation of a scene from nothing more than audience suggestions. In Longform Improv.
Sat 16th to Sun 17th of Aug
Dublin Zine Fair Supporting, Promoting & Celebrating Independent Publishing
What: The Dublin Zine Fair was founded in 2011 to support. promote and celebrate zines. artist books and DIY publishing. It runs annually in August and showcases the best of independent publishing. both from Ireland and beyond. Where: Centre for Creative Practices. Pembroke Street Lower.
Thu 21st to Sat 30th of Aug
New Voices: Evelyn Suttle "Central Origins"
A series of mixed media paintings by Dublin based artist. Evelyn Suttle. Inspired by non-Irish nationals living and working in Dublin City centre. this series depicts the stories and perceptions of foreign residents. using different media to give a glimpse into their own cultural influence on our surroundings.
Fri 22nd of Aug at 8pm-10:30pm
Juliana Cardoso -Jazz Pianist
Back to the CFCP. pianist Juliana Cardoso presents her new group and new set of compositions. The gig celebrates the pianist's 2nd year in Dublin. bringing to the audience the culmination of Juliana's numerous music influences: Brazil. Africa. classical altogether celebrating the beauty of plurality. .
Sat 23rd of Aug at 8pm-11pm
Dirty Jazz Club
The Dirty Jazz club have been a massive part of the Dublin Jazz scene for over a decade. Their focus is on the exploration and deconstruction of songs and an emphasis on creating a depth and textural soundscape on the melody. form and feel of the tunes.
Wed 27th of Aug at 7pm-9pm
Art Therapy Hub Art Workshop
This workshop is designed for anyone who has an interest in Art Therapy and the use of creative art for emotional expression. The aim of the workshop is to inspire creativity. personal development and community inclusion. The workshop will consist of a short information segment.


About the Centre
Centre for Creative Practices, is the home and catalyst for immigrant, experimental and emerging artists in Ireland. We provide a Creative, Supportive and Inclusive multidisciplinary space to integrate different societies through arts and culture.

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