Calling all artists, designers, musicians, performers...!
Practitioners from all parts of the creative sector are invited to the launch of
Creative Frame at the Dock, Carrick-on-Shannon on Friday 5th February, 6-9pm.
The event will be a valuable opportunity to see what Creative Frame offers and to meet with different people you may not have had the opportunity to meet before. On the evening, together with the launch of Creative Frame’s website www.creativeframe.eu, there will be Pecha Kucha style presentations with four practitioners representative of the diversity, breadth and size of the creative sector in this region, namely - award winning architect Dominic Stevens; singer/songwriter Ailie Blunnie; visual artist, Ruth Le Gear; and Stewart Lawn, co-director of the Fab Lab, Manorhamilton.
Refreshments will be served and the evening will be topped off with some music and an opportunity for people to meet up and network in a more casual setting.
This event is FREE and open to those working in all areas of the creative sector. If you are interested in advancing your practice, or want to meet and make contact with peers and other professionals in the sector, please come along. Spaces are limited so please register your attendance by email at email@example.com
What’s Creative Frame about?
Creative Frame is for professional and emerging practitioners from any arts or design field such as visual arts, architecture, music, performing arts, film, craft and product design. Building on the learning from previous projects and Harnessing Creativity in particular, it is a network formed around the ongoing professional development needs of creative sector practitioners and has been developed in collaboration with the community of practitioners in Leitrim and the wider region. Creative Frame is about helping people actively shape and pursue their own continuous professional development. It will help to ensure opportunities don’t pass you by and to find the right people to provide the right help when you need it.
Creative Frame is a project of Leitrim County Council Arts Office and Leitrim Local Enterprise Office with the support of ID2015 and the Arts Council.