CFCP On Air
The Centre for Creative Practices, podcast On Air looks at Migrant and Culturally Diverse Artists, how we can effectively showcase and further develop their talents. On Air also discusses what interculturalism and migration means in a global context and how arts and culture can help in breaking down or highlighting tolerances.
CFCP On Air New Voices of Ireland Series Session 8 Tag Beckett and Roxana Manouchehri In Conversation “WHY I MAKE” is a celebration of the power of art. art can guide revolutions art can be used as medication (…) we are from different countries with different beliefs and cultures, but we can communicate through art
CFCP On Air : Special – Gboyega Akerele in Concert A selection of songs performed live on Zoom by Gboyega Akerele as part of session 7 of the New Voices of Ireland Series.
CFCP On Air New Voices of Ireland Gboyega Akerele In Conversation In this session, we talk to Papa Gee about music, Afrobeat, and Identity. Gboyega Akerele was born in Nigeria. He launched originally as Colours Afrobeat Foundation – ‘Boye PapaGee (Gboyega Akerele) is a Belgian/Nigerian (Yoruba) born drummer/percussionist, saxophonist, singer/songwriter, musical director/producer, cultural envoy and […]
New Voices of Ireland Series Samantha Brown: Middle Passage In Conversation In this session of CFCP’s On Air we talk to visual artist and photographer, Samantha Brown about her exploration of a shared heritage. Middle Passage is in reference to the stage of the triangular trade in which millions of Africans were forcibly transported to […]
CFCP On Air : New Voices of Ireland Session 6 Special on Displacement with Irina Maldea and Nkosikhona Ngcobo
Displacement with Irina Maldea and Nkosikhona Ngcobo
CFCP On Air: New Voices of Ireland Session 5 Irina Maldea and Nkosikhona Ngcobo In Conversation The migrant journey is one that is complex and never quite completed. As shown in many films – both fiction and documentary – that journey is both physical and psychological. And while, at some point, the journey from home […]
Diviane Helena and Barbara O’Meara rituals, ancestry, and femininity In Conversation In this session of CFCP On Air we talk to artists Diviane Helena and Barbara O’Meara about their collaboration. Both developed a collection of six videos, three videos each, inspired by their virtual meetings in which they immersed themselves in dialogue and studies about […]
CFCP On Air Special The poetry of Csilla Toldy and Viviana Fiorentino The music of Iordanis Sidiropoulos A special podcast from CFCP On Air that features a selection of poetry and music from the early part of the New Voices Series : Against the Odds. Featuring the poetry of Csilla Toldy and Viviana Fiorentino called […]
Nasrin Golden and Iordanis Sidiropoulos Collaboration, activism in art and the role of the audience In Conversation Examining the concept of the false image or persona, how perception can be coloured through the lens of a false sense of self, and how to transcend this in favour of more authentic lived experiences. In this session […]
‘Neither here, nor there’, the poetry of migration Csilla Toldy and Viviana Fiorentino The Q&A Taken from the Q&A session at the end of the screening of ‘Neither here, nor there’, or the poetry of migration. A dialogue between two poets interspersed with poetry reading in Italian, Hungarian and English on the themes of belonging, […]
Csilla Toldy and Viviana Fiorentino ‘Neither here, nor there’, or the poetry of migration In conversation ‘Neither here, nor there’, or the poetry of migration A dialogue between two poets on the themes of belonging, borders and how home can take different forms when viewed from a distance.
Mirjana Rendulic and Chinedum Muotto Fatherhood In Conversation In this session of On Air we look at Fatherhood and what kind of relationship do they have with their fathers, and how much of this relationship is dictated by us? To discuss this we have 2 artists from the second session of the New Voices of […]
Leia Mocan, Zahra Khan and Imogen-Blue Hinojosa Roots, Religion and Work In Conversation In this session we talk to artists, Leia Mocan, Zahra Khan and Imogen-Blue Hinojosa about roots, religion and their work. Plus an introduction with Maureen Kennelly, Director of the Arts Council of Ireland. The voices of migrants, the main agents of cultural […]