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Cathair Chorcaí

Is í Corcaigh an dara cathair is mó in Éirinn agus is fada tuigthe go bhfuil an cultúr ar cheann de na gnéithe is tábhachtaí den chathair. Bhí Corcaigh ina Príomhchathair Eorpach Cultúir sa bhliain 2005 agus tá Dánlann Crawford, Áras Ceoldrámaíochta Chorcaí, an Everyman Theatre, Triskel Christchurch, Firkin Crane, Dánlann Glucksman agus cuid mhór eagraíochtaí cultúir eile ar fáil inti. Níl áireamh iomlán leis an Cork Midsummer Festival, Féile Scannánaíochta Chorcaí, Córfhéile Idirnáisiúnta Chorcaí, Féile Dhomhanda na Leabhar, Féile Gearrscéalaíochta Chorcaí agus Féile Ceol Tíre Chorcaí ar a mbíonn ar siúl sa chathair agus a fhágann go luaitear Cathair na bhFéilte léi.

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Ardú – Beocht a chur i gCorcaigh le hEalaín Sráide den chéad scoth.

Tionscnamh Ealaíne Sráide é Ardú i gcathair Chorcaí a chuireann amharcealaín sráide den chéad scoth os comhair mhuintir Chorcaí, agus a chuireann ardán ar fáil ag an am céanna d’ealaíontóirí sráide na háite agus na hÉireann. Is é an aidhm atá ag Ardú go mbeadh tuilleadh rochtana ag an bpobal ar mheán na hEalaíne Sráide trí chomhrá, ceardlanna agus turais.

The Walls Project

Open Video

Foireann Cultúir agus Cruthaíochta

Laughing conductor

Paul Moynihan

Stiúrthóir Seirbhíse

Teagmháil

Adrienne Rodgers

Stiúrthóir Seirbhísí

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Michelle Carew

Comhordaitheoir Éire Ildánach

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Patricia Looney

Leabharlann

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Dan Breen

Músaem

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Brian Magee

Cartlannaí

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Niamh Twomey

Oidhreacht

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Chris Dorgan

An Ghaeilge

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Tony Duggan

Ailtire Cathrach

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Denis Barrett

Cathair na Foghlama

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Liam Casey

Áineas

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Siobhán Clancy

Oifig Ealaíon

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Michelle Considine

Oifig Ealaíon

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Elmarie McCarthy

Turasóireachta

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Mary Walsh

Oideachas Comhshaoil

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David O'Brien

Leabharlann

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Sandra O'Meara

Mear/Pobal

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Ciara Brett

Seandálaíocht

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Paul McGuirk

Ceann Fiontar

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Ár Straitéis

Cork City Council has seen how the Creative Ireland programme over the last number of years has engaged the citizens of the city. These programmes engage with artists, creatives, cultural and heritage organisations, community groups, the creative industries, centres of education, and schools. The Creative Cork City programme ensures our cultural heritage and our contemporary creativity reaches international audiences, bring people together, and create a platform for discovery, celebration, creation, discussion, learning, engagement and participation. The importance of culture to the city is well understood. Working together in partnership is the best way to ensure that these innovative, vibrant, creative practices are taken to all of our citizens. ...

This is why Cork City’s Cultural Team has agreed to work in a particular way – together. The funding from Creative Ireland is allocated through the team to projects that are multi-disciplinary, meaning that members of the team work together, and with the wider cultural sector, to develop meaningful projects. Creative Cork and the Cork City Council Cultural Team recognise the principles of Collaboration, Communication, Community, Participation, Inclusivity and Empowerment. As a local authority these principles underpin our approach to delivering our services, and in particular our Creative Cork programme. Cork City Council’s Culture Team recognise the primary value of the Creative Ireland Programme is an opportunity for working together across many cultural disciplines, in partnership with communities and our citizenship.

Strategic Priorities for Cork City Council;

1. Invest in long term engagement in creative collaboration.
2. Recognise youth culture as a creative force and an art form for Cork City.
3. Creatively engage our citizens in Archaeology, built, natural and cultural heritage.
4. Creatively use our public space for our communities through one large scale cultural public event each year.
5. Recognise Cork City as an intercultural city.
6. Recognise the contribution of Cork creatives to Cork’s identity as a city of culture.

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