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The Economic Contribution of Arts and Culture A CFCP Online Debate

As the run up to the Artistic and Creative Bootcamp continues, this week The Centre For Creative Practices are holding an online a discussion / debate about the economic contribution of arts and culture. The week will include: webinars, blog posts, Twitter Feeds, group discussion and videos on how economic strategists, arts professionals, artists and arts organisations see this economic contribution. Is it sustainable? is it relevant or should we be concentrating of creativity and engagement more than economic contribution? Get involved, use the hashtag #artseconomyire on Twitter or Facebook and lets get this discussion out there. It’s one we need to have and this is your chance to get involved.

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But change isn’t some we in the arts are good at

It seems incredible to me that the Arts sector is so reticent to adopt change. When I say change I am talking about the adoption of business change not creative change as we are still the leading sector in that respect. No, treating art like a business is a taboo, the very mention of the words business and art in the same breath grates in the mouth of most on the artistic side.

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Creative Artists Mentoring Project (CAMP)

Run By Creatives For Creatives! Creative Artists Mentoring Project (CAMP) October - December 2016 €100 A vital component of our CFCP Creative Artists Mentoring Project (CAMP), the Mentoring Programme pairs artists working in all disciplines with artist mentors who...

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We, the disruptors, need to stand up

Having just been to the Venture Capital Conference in Belfast organised by inter trade Ireland the state and public perception of the arts becomes clear. It is a strange event to go to I admit but with the advent of cuts to public funding I feel that the arts and...

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The desire on Art to be found

How Can We Increase the Desire? The Effect of Impact, or Lack of it, in the Arts It seems incredible to me that the Arts sector is so reticent to adopt change.  When I say change I am talking about the adoption of business change not creative change as we are still...

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Give your Opinion

Get involved – Click on the questions below and select your answer – its all anonymous. Lets get this discussion out there, it’s one we need to have and this is your chance to get involved.

Can the Arts be self sustainable?

We'd love to hear your view

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Is the Economic Contribution of Arts & Culture Relevant?

The Economic Contribution of Arts and Culture - A CFCP Online Debate

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Should we just concentrate on creativity over economic contribution?

The Economic Contribution of Arts and Culture – A CFCP Online Debate

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Do the general public see the economic contribution of Arts & Culture in Ireland?

The Economic Contribution of Arts and Culture – A CFCP Online Debate

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Follow the Debate online

All this week we are having a discussion / debate online about the economic contribution of arts and culture. Through debates, webinars and blogs we will have a group discussion on how economic strategists, arts professionals, artists and arts organisations see this economic contribution. Is it sustainable? is it relevant or should we be concentrating of creativity and engagement more than economic contribution? Get involved, use the hashtag #artseconomyire on Twitter or Facebook and lets get this discussion out there. It’s one we need to have and this is your chance to get involved.

The Economic Contribution of Arts and Culture – Audio / Video

We need your help – well we need your audio or videos  – Next week we are having an online debate on The Economic Contribution of Arts & Culture but WE NEED YOUR INPUT.   You guys are the people who work in the sector as artists, arts professionals or as part of an arts organisation – so you guys are at the front end.  Tell us what it’s like, tell us your stories, tell us your thoughts and suggestions. We’d love to see them. If you don’t work in the Arts or Culture Sectors we still need to hear from you as well – this has to be a debate of at least 2 sides.  So tell us tell us your thoughts, tell us your stories, tell us your suggestions and tell us how you feel about Arts & Culture. We’d love to see them. Grab your mobile phone or camera and shoot a video or make an audio file (max 1 minute), then upload them to Vimeo, Youtube or Facebook, send us the link, tag the file #artseconomyire and we will do the rest. This is such an important topic that we need your input, So go on, get shooting now! Please feel free to comment, share, post your own videos and together we can build a visual repository of information that can benefit everyone on the journey. 

Creative Artists Mentoring Project (CAMP)

Run By Creatives For Creatives! Creative Artists Mentoring Project (CAMP) October - December 2016 €100 A vital component of our CFCP Creative Artists Mentoring Project (CAMP), the Mentoring Programme pairs artists working in all disciplines with artist mentors who...

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