Final details announced for the New Voices of Ireland Zone, by CFCP
We first met Centre for Creative Practices (CFCP), a multidisciplinary and intercultural arts organisation, back in 2013 before the very first BlueFire Street Fest. Five years on, as we mark our 5th edition, the opportunity to collaborate has unfolded, with CFCP bringing the ‘New Voices Series’ to BlueFire Street Fest 2017!
The aim of the New Voices Series is to connect migrant, experimental and emerging artists representing diverse communities and social groups, and to make them an active voice in social debates through collaborative, intercultural and participatory creative practices.
The New Voices Series has also been running for five years now as the intercultural and collaborative flagship event by the Centre for Creative Practices. It’s supported by the Arts Council of Ireland, and in 2012 was awarded the Arthur Guinness Prize.
The New Voices of Ireland zone at #BlueFire17 Street Fest has been curated by Monika Sapielak and will feature:
Centre for Creative Practices (CFCP), founded in 2009, is a multidisciplinary and intercultural arts organisation dedicated to integrating, promoting and mentoring migrant, experimental and emerging artists through its participatory and socially engaged programmes. CFCP is also a leading provider of entrepreneurial education for Creative Freelancers, SMEs and Cultural Organisations.
To learn more about their work, visit http://cfcp.ie/.