Streets Ahead - What Can Street Arts Bring To Our Community?

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Cork City Council in partnership with the ISACS Network present Streets Ahead - What Can Street Arts Bring To Our Community?

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Streets Ahead is a brand new streets arts professional development programme which has been developed by Cork City Council in partnership with the Irish Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle Network and in collaboration with Cork Community Art Link and Ardú.

This innovative programme has been designed to support and develop a range of street artists across varying stages of their careers.

What Can Street Arts Bring to Our Community?

This Community Strand is aimed at community or youth workers who wish to explore how to incorporate art into their community work, working with artists where appropriate. This professional development strand is subsidised by Cork City Arts Office with the support of Creative Ireland and therefore FREE to participants. Full attendance is required. Limited places (approx. 20) for Cork City-based participants (one per organisation) will be allocated following registration.

  • History of Street Art in Cork.
  • How art can be used as a tool for social development , community empowerment and expression.
  • How to develop dialogue and collaboration between communities and street artists.
  • How to develop an art project in the public space with your community, group  or organisation.

Meet Our Experts:

Session 1: William Frode de la Foret (Cork Community Art Link) and Shane O’Driscoll (Ardú)

Street Arts from Cork.

Monday 24 May, 11am – 12.30pm.

Session 2: Rosie Meade (University College Cork), James Nolan (Shandon Street Festival), Zen Shabangu & William Frode de la Foret (Cork Community Art Link)

Art as a tool for social development , community empowerment and expression.

Monday 31 May, 11am -12.30pm.

Session 3: Conor Shields (Community Arts Partnership), William Frode de la Foret (Cork Community Art Link) & Siobhan Clancy (Cork City Arts Office)

Developing dialogue and collaboration between communities and street artists.

Monday 14 June, 11am – 12.30pm.

Session 4: Rose-Anne Kidney (Goldiefish Events), William Frode de la Foret (Cork Community Art Link) & Peter Martin (Ardú)

How to develop an art project in the public space with your community, group or organisation.

Monday 21 June, 11am – 12.30pm.

Registration:

Places are limited and are granted on a first come, first served basis.

We also require participants to make themselves available for all of the sessions. If you are offered a place but can no longer attend, we ask that you let us know so we can offer your place to another participant on the waiting list.

The deadline for registering is Thursday 13 May at 5pm. Everyone who signs up with be notified of successful placement on the programme by Monday 17 May.

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Organiser Irish Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle Network

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Ireland's leading support and advocacy organisation for the development of the street arts, circus and spectacle art forms in Ireland today.

For more information please go to http://www.isacs.ie/ 

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