Propagate – Catalyst Arts – 3 to 12 Oct

How do ideas grow?

Propagate is a public programme of workshops and events initiated by Catalyst Arts which will take place during the 3 – 12 October 2020. Artists will work together with selected participants to explore ideas around collaboration, writing and performance.

This programme aims to encourage cross-disciplinary collaboration and exchange; how do we learn from one another and where do practices overlap? Through this series of events, in the gallery and at various locations, a space for dissemination and the sharing of knowledge will be created. 

Artists and practitioners Kevin Breathnach, Niamh Seana Meehan, Nollaig Molloy, Suzanne Walsh and The Tangerine will lead a series of workshops for selected participants which will aim to cultivate and foster new ways of working within an art practice. 

Workshops:

  1. Saturday 3 – Sunday 4 October: Cite, Nollaig Molloy
  2. Saturday 10 – Sunday 11 OctoberWriting in an Art Practice, Suzanne Walsh, Kevin Breathnach and The Tangerine
  3. Monday 12 October: I seem to have been here before, Niamh Seana Meehan

For more information on the workshops please see the Catalyst Arts website.

To apply

To take part in one of the workshops, please send an expression of interest (max. 100 words) to catalystarts@gmail.com by Tuesday 22 September and selected participants will be notified by Friday 25 September. 

There is a £10 fee to participate in one of the three workshops, Catalyst Arts is providing one scholarship (free participation) for each of the workshops for an individual who identifies as a member of the Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities, please outline if you wish to apply in your expression of interest. 

Please note, all workshops will be operating on limited numbers due to COVID-19 restrictions. Participants will be asked to wear a face mask and to adhere to social distancing guidelines at all times. 

This programme is kindly supported by Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Art Fund.

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