Connecting Creativity with Community

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Community Arts Partnership – Creative camps at Sunflower Fest

Over the weekend we had over 100 participants make and play with us. Parents had the opportunity to help their children, watch them immerse themselves in creative endeavours or drop their kids off for a bit of time to wonder the fields of sunflower.

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Community Arts Partnership and Seedhead Arts – Hit The North – Sailortown

Residents of Sailortown and Clanmil Housing’s Harbour View Apartments have caught the spray art bug.

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Community Arts Partnership – Literature and Verbal Arts – Poetry in Motion Community – Free Workshops for Writers’ Groups – closing Friday 17th June

Community Arts Partnership is pleased to invite applications from writers’ groups to participate in a series of workshops to produce work for a new anthology.

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Community Arts Partnership – call-out for CAP Editorial Panel – closing Thursday 2nd June

Do you enjoy writing? Are you interested in helping shape communications about the arts in Northern Ireland?

CAP wants to hear from you!

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Community Arts Partnership – Literature and Verbal Arts – Poetry in Motion (Schools) Gala Event

On Wednesday 9th March, over 900 children, from right across Northern Ireland, travelled to Belfast’s Ulster Hall for the launch of the Poetry in Motion (Schools) Project 2015-2016...

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Connecting Creativity and Community

Community Arts Partnership takes the lead in the promotion, development and delivery of community arts practice in Northern Ireland. We are an independent advocate for community arts and offer the widest possible range of assistance and opportunity to get creative and engage in community-based arts activity.

Our mission is to take the lead in the promotion, development and delivery of community arts practice, to affect positive change.

Our vision is to see the emergence of a just, inclusive, peaceful and creative society, where difference is welcomed and participation is valued.

We have a two-fold approach to arts development: firstly, supporting access and participation by seeking to affect policy through advocacy and leadership and secondly, promoting authorship and ownership through the active engagement in projects and programmes.