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Marjetica Potrc and Ooze 'Between the Waters: The Emscher Community Garden', 2010. Marjetica Potrc will take part in the Create Networking Day 2014. Image: Roman Mensing.

A day of networking & sharing with guest artist panels

When: 1 December
Where: IMMA Kilmainham, Dublin 8
Time: 9.45 – 17.15
Cost: 12 euro (lunch included).

NB: For Create members the event is free of charge.

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1st December is scheduled for our National Networking event this year, which will take place in IMMA.

After the success of last year’s Networking Day we’re all set to gather the collaborative arts sector together again to celebrate, share, provoke and discuss.

We’re changing the pace and emphasis a little this year, focusing on quality time for discussion and providing the opportunity to engage with live performance and collaborative arts projects, emphasizing the philosophical and the reflective. The concept behind the Day is to create an open space, and loose structure, for understanding what collaborative artists are doing and why. We’re delighted to announce that Ailbhe Murphy, Anthony Haughey, Jonas Staal and Marjetica Potrc will all be contributing to the day – creating a rich tapestry of discussion and observation on art, politics and how to work in context.

Over the course of the day attendees will have the opportunity to connect with their peers, interact with guest artists, be inspired by dynamic and vibrant collaborative arts projects created here and elsewhere, a number of which will be programmed as part of the Day.

This year, the day will again be curated by the artist Michelle Browne in collaboration with the team at Create.

We’re delighted that the food will be provided by the fabulous Luncheonnette (aka Jennie Moran).

Agenda

See the Create Networking Day agenda here

Who should attend?

Artists across artform working in the context of participatory or socially engaged practice; arts organisations and festivals who programme socially engaged work; curators; outreach officers, cultural institutions; arts educators; community organisations.

Further information from Jane O’Rourke, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 01-4736600.

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