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Nic Green (right). Photograph: Nic Green

Create in partnership with Absolut Fringe Festival brought Nic Green to Dublin to work with the student artists of the 2010 Learning Development Programme.

At the time, Nic was touring her award winning and renowned Trilogy. Listen to Nic Green in conversation with Create's Katrina Goldstone on Create-Exchange.ie.

Since 2005, work under the artistic direction of Nic Green has spanned solo and group theatre performance, community and public art projects, pedagogical and holistic learning experiences and interactive web-based endeavours. Nic is committed to creating hopeful and accessible art with emphasis on the notion of making positive change, and empowering others to do the same. Her studies in Human Ecology and sustainable living initiatives are inherent in her work, as is her community-based approach.

Projects range from touring theatre productions, to works created with or for specific communities or contexts.

Nic has been commissioned by the Green Room (Manchester), The Arches (Glasgow), The National Review Of Live Art (NRLA) and BAC (London), and has shown her work at various festivals and venues. She has created community projects in South West London, Glasgow, Manchester and Devon.

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