Creative Actions Training

Start: Sunday, November 10, 201910:00 AM

End: Sunday, November 10, 2019 5:00 PM

All day mixed media workshop beginning with a critical look at effective creative actions and their impacts from a range of environmental and other campaigns.
This will be a fun, informative, hands-on workshop. No prior creative experience needed.
Materials will be provided but participants are welcome to bring along something you’d like to use or share. Facilitating the workshop will be Éilís Murphy and Siobhán Clancy.

Éilís Murphy is a visual artist who works with a variety of media - participatory events, installation-based pieces, photographs, projections, book art, collage and stop motion animation - usually in a community-based context. She is also a founding member of the Abortion Rights Campaign and has developed numerous actions, workshops and participatory arts experiences with the ARC Creative Actions Group.

Siobhán Clancy is a visual artist concerned with social health. Her practice is located in institutional, civic and cultural spaces. She often collaborates with other artists, activists, youth, community and wom*n’s groups. The outcomes typically materialise as multi-media works, immersive events, participatory performances, dialogues, play and live action in contexts of health, education and justice. She is a founding member of the Abortion Rights Campaign and has developed numerous actions, workshops, presentations, participatory arts experiences and events for with the ARC Creative Actions Working Group. In 2019, Siobhán established 'wHere is Our Feminist Library?' a public engagement project that collaborates with feminist initiatives to produce bespoke programmes. Siobhán is the first Green Artist in Residence at Cork University Hospital, the only hospital in the world to achieve Green Flag status.