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New Voices of Ireland
Series 9

 

The Wartime Art Archives

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The Wartime Art Archives

CFCP New Voices of Ireland Series 9

The New Voices of Ireland Series aims to present works and practices by migrant and culturally artists to their local peers and broader audiences in Ireland and to invite migrant artists to take part in the current social and political debates. Reflecting upon the imperialist brutality of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the dramatic effects of the Syrian war, and the situation in Palestine, to name some of the ongoing conflicts, the New Voices of Ireland Series of 2022 focuses on the gloom reality that peace, our democratic values, the right to enjoy our lives and fruits of our work, all taken for granted in the Western part of the world and the Global North, are unique achievements that if not protected, can disappear in no time when exposed to destructive, totalitarian and extremists’ forces.

The Wartime Art Archives is the 2022 edition of the New Voices of Ireland Series, run annually by the Centre for Creative Practices. This year’s programme explores artistic records and reactions to the horrific realities of the recent invasion of Ukraine, the war in Syria, the occupation of Palestine, and other forms of wars, including the sex war and the drugs war.

Details

When – on Thursday 17 November at 6.00 pm
Where – at The Complex, 21-25 Arran St East, Dublin 7

The exhibition will be opened by
Maureen Kennelly, Director, the Arts Council,
Ukrainian and Polish Ambassadors will also address the guests on the night.

The exhibition runs until Sunday, 27 November 2022
Opening hours: 10 am – 5 pm, Sat, Sun 12 – 5

OUR UPCOMMING PROGRAMMES

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THE CENTRE FOR CREATIVE PRACTICES

Leading Intercultural Arts In Ireland

SUPPORTING AND PROMOTING MIGRANT ARTISTS AND
CULTURALLY DIVERSE ARTISTS

 

Founded in 2009, the Centre for Creative Practices (CFCP) is an award-winning, not for profit organisation dedicated to connecting, integrating, and promoting Migrant and Culturally Diverse Artists and intercultural arts practices in Ireland.

We are committed to professionally supporting Migrant and Culturally Diverse Artists, effectively showcasing and further developing their talents and enabling them to access resources and the local arts scene. We help migrant and culturally diverse artists to fulfil their creative potential for their own and societal benefit.

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Offering New Models for Cultural Integration

 

CFCP is widely acknowledged to be a champion facilitator of intercultural, interdisciplinary, collaborative and participatory artistic practices; a potent catalyst for positive intercultural collaborations and a pro-active innovator and pioneer in creative entrepreneurship training. CFCP provides artists in Ireland with the professional skills necessary to build sustainable careers.

CFCP is fully committed to the values of DIVERSITY, TOLERANCE, INCLUSIVITY AND RESPECT

Facilitating Intercultural Collaboration

 

The Centre for Creative Practices runs four annual flagship programmes that promote and support the work and professional development of migrant and culturally diverse artists in Ireland.

Our programmes are also designed to stimulate and facilitate intercultural collaboration between migrant and culturally diverse artists and the Irish artistic community. We support artists in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

 

 

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OUR ACTIVITIES

PROGRAMMES 

TRAINING & MENTORING

RESOURCES

OUR IMPACT

 

CFCP has enabled a multitude of inter-cultural artistic collaborations in Ireland, between artists from home and abroad. We have helped migrant and culturally diverse artists grow their creative practice, immerse themselves in the Irish artistic landscape and make connections that otherwise might have been impossible. CFCP has also created a platform for audiences to discover and enjoy culturally diverse events, with a rich cross-pollination of ideas and themes that reflects the diversity of the artists and their collaborative work.

2.5K+

MIGRANT & CULTURALLY DIVERSE ARTISTS

 

have been integrated, presented, promoted, mentored and connected with other creatives through CFCP’s programmes and events.

2K+

HOURS

 

of mentoring and professional development training to individual artists and organisations in Ireland and Europe.

20K+

AUDIENCES

 

at intercultural, multidisciplinary concerts, performances, exhibitions, happenings, workshops, readings, screenings and debates.

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TESTIMONIALS

We took a part in the New Voices of Ireland series. Our experience of collaboration with Centre for Creative Practices were very positive. CFCP team provided us a professional assistance with organization, promotion and set. Conditions were very good for exhibiting and we were very satisfied.

Pawel Kleszczewski & Kasia Zimnoch

Artists, October 2014

We are delighted to initiate a partnership with CFCP… your support is truly appreciated and we look forward to continuing our partnership into the future.
Laurie Uprichard

Director , Dublin Dance Festival