A Catalyst for Intercultural Collaboration


Founded in 2009, 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 developing 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.

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, providing 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. 

Support Programmes for Artists

CFCP tailors its programme, resources, training and support services for the needs of:


  • Migrant and culturally diverse artists, including artists from various minority groups and LGBT

  • Cultural organisations and projects led by migrants and culturally diverse artists

  • Local artists and cultural operators looking to collaborate and showcase new, intercultural talent  

CFCP also regularly collaborates with:

  • Local, national and international cultural organisations supporting migrant and culturally diverse artists and promoting creative entrepreneurship.

  • Local, national and international organisations and businesses outside of the creative sector interested in engaging with migrant and culturally diverse artists and supporting and creative entrepreneurship.    

Our Artistic Programmes are aimed at local and international audiences interested in participatory and intercultural arts.

Download the CFCP 2019 – 2021 Strategy