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First Fortnight Centre for Creative Therapies Job Vacancy Blog / Featured

First Fortnight Centre for Creative Therapies Job Vacancy  First Fortnight are currently looking to fill the position of Part-time Creative Arts Therapist in Dublin city. Please see job description for further details: FFArttherapypostFFspec If you are interested in being considered for this position, please send a letter of application together with your curriculum vitae to arttherapy@firstfortnight.ie Closing date for this position Wednesday 3rd May 2017 5pm.


Tara Thomas Photography Blog / Featured

Libyan-born Irish-raised singer songwriter Farah Elle has a unique style and sound, drawing on Arabic rhythms and dynamic piano arrangements to stunning effect. Writing and performing since her teenage years, the now 22-year-old is a recent graduate of the British and Irish Institute of Modern Music (BIMM) and collaborated with Bantum on his Choice Music Prize nominated album, Move. With a slew of shows coming up and hard...

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NEFELE Festival- The festival balloon has been launched! Blog / Featured

  “Up with arts!” We are delighted to announce that the NEFELE project, the 1st European Art Festival for Mental Health, launched this weekend over in Athens. The festival runs from 1-16 October 2016 at the Mpouziani Museum, the premises of the School of Fine Arts and open public places in Athens! Sixteen days with Art Exhibitions, Film screenings, Theatrical performances, Photo exhibition, Workshops, Music events and Open...

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Overshadowed post show discussion at Project Arts Centre All Posts / Blog / Featured

We are delighted to announce that every member of our voluntary board has been nominated for the Dublin City Good Citizen Awards 2016, which are being held this evening (May 17). We’d like to take this chance to thank them for all their hard work. First Fortnight wouldn’t be possible without them. We’d also like to thank all of our volunteers and everyone who has helped us,...

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Keep the Wolf from the door. Featured / Street Art

James Earley From an early start at NCAD in Dublin, James Earleys background wouldn’t be traditionally steeped in train bombing or throw-ups on illegal spots around the back streets of the city, he has more of a graphic and design background, fine art with subject driven works that help send a message, he is just as comfortable in arenas that are commercial and brand led...

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