cfcp space hire
Meeting, Seminar and Workshop Space
what we can do for you
CFCP comprises of
We have Two bright multipurpose rooms with open stone walls and big windows which help to create a creative and unique environment tailored to the needs of your events. CFCP has expertise in facilitating artistic and corporate events and functions and is easily accessible by rail, luas, bus or car.
CFCP can provide
We have over 74sqm of space that is extended over two rooms, equipped with Screen/Projector/Wi-Fi/White boards/Flipchart/Tables and chairs. We also can arrange tea, coffee, food and snacks for your event or if you would prefer to bring your own we have kitchen facility, patio and a social area available. We can also arrange online event registration and entry system and we offer accessible half and full-day rates.
Our Clients include
Who are the Centre for Creative PracticesWe integrate, support, promote and mentor migrant, experimental and emerging artists. As the only professional arts centre in Ireland and Europe dedicated to integrating and promoting immigrant and niche artists we link artistic and social inclusion to help overcome linguistic, cultural and economic barriers.
Have some questions about hiring CFCP?
Below are some answers but if you have more please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you
How far in advance do I need to book?
Can you provide food, drinks and snacks?
How much deposit do I need to pay?
Where are we based?
What training services can CFCP provide?
- Creative Team Building Sessions
- Creative Strategy Sessions
- Creative Events
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Who are the people behind CFCP?
What programmes will CFCP be running in 2014
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What people say about CFCP
But don’t just take our word for it. Here are some comments by organisations and individuals who use the centre
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CFCP Works in the following areas
CFCP focuses on four main areas: Cultural Diversity, Artistic Entrepreneurship, Innovation in the Arts and Advocacy & Research.
The Centre for Creative Practices, CFCP, founded in September 2009 by Monika Sapielak and Ian Oliver, is the only arts organisation in Ireland dedicated to connecting, integrating and promoting migrant, experimental and emerging artists among the local arts scene and audiences.
What we do: Connect, Promote and Integrate immigrant, experimental and emerging artists with the local arts scene and audiences. Bridge talents, cultures and markets through engaging and utilising the unrealised creative potentials and build new European model of inclusion, collaboration and growth
Why we do it: To encourage culturally diverse artists to realise their creative potential in Ireland, enhance creative collaboration, cross-fertilisation and development and highlight the competitive advantage of interculturally aware society
How we do it: Provide a Creative, Supportive and Inclusive multidisciplinary space dedicated to integrating different societies through arts and culture. Offering Mentoring, Consultations, Creative and Business Training to enhance professional development, communication skills and know-how and boost visibility through promotion of performances and collaborative projects
Who benefits from our work: Immigrant and local artists and creative communities Arts professionals and events’ organisers Local and international audiences and the whole society
What makes us unique: The only professional arts centre in Ireland and Europe dedicated to integrating and promoting immigrant and niche artists. CFCP links artistic and social inclusion to help to overcome linguistic, cultural and economic barriers Innovative business model bringing together the artistic and corporate worlds.
The Centre for Creative Practices aims to lead intercultural arts and shape cultural diversity arts practice in Ireland. CFCP is recognised as playing is a significant leadership role in the arts and cultural diversity infrastructure of the country by having a clear artistic vision, value and approach towards cultural diversity and the arts.
Cultural DiverstiyThe Centre for Creative Practices is a significant part of the arts and cultural diversity infrastructure and aims to lead intercultural arts and shape cultural diversity arts practice in Ireland. We have a clear artistic vision, value and approach towards cultural diversity and the arts. We also have access to and engages with a diverse range of minority ethnic and cultural communities.
Artistic EntrepreneurshipArtistic Entrepreneurship is a new, very rapidly developing area of support and skills allowing artists and arts professionals to unfold their innovative and entrepreneurial nature. The Centre for Creative Practices addresses in a very practical way the core aspects of artistic entrepreneurship and business skills helping to build strong careers in the arts sector.
Innovation in the ArtsAt the Centre for Creative Practices we are always concerned with using technology to improve the lives of artists and the arts sector. With this in mind we have created a new an innovative online platform, ArtConnected which will make collaboration, engagement and discovery a lot easier and at the same time enhance artistic practices and arts organisations.
Advocacy & ResearchThe Centre for Creative Practices provides leadership in cultural diversity from within the arts sector. We have produced a report based on our artists survey on artists needs in Ireland, we have initiated new funding schemes, like cfcp 20 4 20 for the arts sector and we are looking at 3rd alternative ways of integrating society through arts and culture.
CFCP EventsThe Centre for Creative Practices runs a number of events during the week. these range from exhibitions, music concerts, performances, film screenings, talks and comedy. See our dedicated events page for more details. Our events not only give audiences a chance to see something different but also give visibility to our core group of migrant, experimental and emerging artists
Artists, Musicians and PerformersThe Centre for Creative Practices offers a number of services for artists of all genres, from visual art, music, film, dance, performance or theatre we have them all covered. We are especially concerned with artistic entrepreneurship and the benefits to artists that running your artistic practice as a business can bring.
Innovation in the Arts
Advocacy & Research
The Team at CFCP
We have a small but dedicated team of staff who all work towards achieving our main goals and objectives.
Monika SapielakCEO & Founder of CFCP
Ian OliverCommunications at CFCP
Sarah BrackenVenue Co-ordinator at CFCP
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- Award Winner of the Arthur Guinness Fund 2012
- Multicultural Company of the Year 2011 (MAMA Awards)
- Shortlisted as Dublin’s Gallery of the Year 2011
CFCP Financial Support
- The Arts Council of Ireland
- Dublin City Council – Arts Office
- Dublin City Council – Office of Integration
- Arthur Guiness Fund
Just what does the Centre for Creative Practices facilitate and do?
Here is a small selection of images from events, workshops and talks we have organised
Other ways to get involved with CFCP
The table below outlines 4 programmes for you to get involved
- One free ticket for an event in CFCP every year 10% Discounts on tickets for all events, seminars, workshops & courses 10% discount on CFCP publications – includes books, pamphlets, cds, dvds, posters and postcards Priority notification about openings and special events
CFCP Season Ticket
- One free ticket for every event in CFCP 10% Discounts on tickets for all events, seminars, workshops & courses 10% discount on tickets for all ArtPolonia events 10% discount on CFCP publications – includes books, pamphlets, cds, dvds, posters and postcards Priority notification about openings and special events
CFCP 20 4 20Create Impact
- Guaranteed return on your investment Your investment back after only 1 year plus 10% Make a huge difference to the Arts and Cultural community in Ireland and beyond. Allow the Centre for Creative Practices to sustain our current level of and develop a new range of services Season ticket to the Centre for Creative Practices for the year which will allow them free entry to any of our events
- The place is yours, hold your own event in CFCP Make a huge difference to the Arts and Cultural community in Ireland and beyond. Allow the Centre for Creative Practices to sustain our current level of and develop a new range of services Two Season tickets to the Centre for Creative Practices for the year which will allow them free entry to any of our events Free membership for your immediate family or staff members (max 50 people) No guaranteed return on the investment but your support is invaluable