2018 Call for Artists to participate in Arts/Education CPD
The Summer Course in Artist Teacher Partnership in Arts in Educationwill run again in 2018. The Course will run in Dublin West Education Centre from 2 – 6 July 2018. 9.30am – 2.30pm, Monday to Friday inclusive. Participating artists will receive travel expenses and lunch will be provided.
Each Course can accommodate 20 teachers and 4 Artists and will be facilitated by a teacher and an artist pair who have been trained through the Teacher Artist Partnership Summer Course 2017, and who have subsequently participated in a school-based residency together.
The aim of the course is to explore and develop teacher artist partnership as a way of delivering arts based initiatives in the classroom and to examine the implications of this way of working and its practical application in the classroom, utilising and building on the expertise of both the artist and the teacher. Artform practice, the aims and objectives of arts education curriculum in the primary school, as well as available local and national resources will also be explored and outlined during the course.
Expressions of interest are now invited from artists living in the South Dublin County administrative area. Closing date: Friday 1st June.Further information
Culture and Creativity Strategy 2018-2022
Public Consultation Workshops
Monday 27th November, 5.30pm, Rua Red, Tallaght, Dublin 24
To confirm your attendance please email Siobhán Nolan Siobhannolan@sdublincoco.ie
Attendance is FREE and open to all.
Additional Date added.
Monday 11th December, 5.30pm, Clondalkin Round Tower Visitor Centre, Clondalkin,
Why We Are Consulting?
Creative Ireland has identified the role of the Local Authority as principally focused on Pillar 2:Enabling Creativity in Every Community. Each Local Authority must produce a five-year strategy to bring coherence to their individual culture-based strategies and to align the work of the different members of the culture team over the coming years.
As part of this process South Dublin County Council (SDCC), has identified a number of Strategic Priorities to shape and influence the Plan over the next 5 years. We would like to invite you to respond to these Strategic Priorities by attending a public consultation workshop.
Cultural Diversity Programme
Where in this World
Friday 1st December 2017. 5.00 to 7pm. Civic Theatre, Tallaght, Dublin 24.
Exhibition Dates: 2nd December to 8th January
R.S.V.P to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tallaght Community Arts in partnership with South Dublin County Council Arts Office invites you to the launch of the project exhibition: Where in this World.
This is an intercultural/intergenerational project bringing people in South Dublin together to share and create. While making felt art, our participants weaved together the worlds they come from and the worlds they hope to create. Our exhibition will feature the artworks created and our participants individual stories.
Where in the World is commissioned in partnership by Mayo County Council, Donegal County Council and South Dublin County Council and is produced by Tallaght Community Arts. It is funded under the Arts councils Invitation to Collaboration which supports innovative and ambitious Local Authority collaborations.
UNWRAPPED - Winter Festival of Lights for all the family.
Unwrapped’17: A Little More Light – A PARTICIPATORY Lantern Parade
Saturday 2 December 2017: 4.45pm – 6.00 pm
Starting 4.45 pm at IT Tallaght, Old Blessington Road and processing to Rua Red/Civic TheatreAttendance is FREE and open to all.
UNWRAPPED marks the beginning of celebrating the winter festive season across South Dublin County. This year our title A Little More Light reminds us of the part that light play in celebrations around the world in the dark days of winter.
Two hundred participants of all ages from across the county are taking part. Each participating group will carry specially designed lanterns.
The event will include dance performances, a new choral work. It will culminate in the lighting of the Christmas Tree by the Mayor of South Dublin County; Cllr.Paul Gogarty. The afternoon will end with musical entertainment. Hot Chocolate and Hot Fruit Punch will be on sale at the two venue cafes.
DO COME ALONG AND JOIN IN THE FESTIVE FUN! The annual UNWRAPPED programme is a creative partnership between: Alternative Entertainment, Contact Studio, Civic Theatre Tallaght, Down To Earth Theatre Company, RUA RED South Dublin Arts Centre, Tallaght Community Arts, Music Generation South Dublin, South Dublin County Council’s Arts Office, Corporate Services Department, Community Services Department and the County Library Service.
The Arts Office in South Dublin County Council is pleased to announce that the ‘Art Trax App’ is now available for Android and iPhone devices.
The ‘Art Trax’ app is FREE to download from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. Art Trax takes you on a tour of South Dublin County’s rich collection of public art. It maps the locations where permanent artworks can be seen, and the locations where temporary works were presented. You can find information about artists, view artworks, and access film works.
This App provides a complete overview of the public art landscape that has emerged in the county since the first public art commissions in the 1980’s.
We are very excited to be able to have this service available to the public. This highlights South Dublin County Council’s continued commitment towards the delivery of high quality customer service to our citizens through the innovative use of technology.
Art Trax is an initiative by the Arts Office in South Dublin County Council, produced with the support of IT Services South Dublin County Council, commissioned artists & commissioning agencies, with the software developed by AppKickr Ltd.
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