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Louth - Event Notice
Tuesday October 17 2006
01:00 AM

Arts and Conflict course

category louth | arts and media | event notice author Tuesday September 19, 2006 11:05author by Raul - Arts and Conflict Programmeauthor email raul.araujo at dkit dot ie Report this post to the editors

Arts Processes and Creative Activities

A 11 week course on arts processes and creative activities starts on October 17th in Dundalk.


Art and Conflict Course- art processes and creative activities to address issues of conflict in communities

The Cross Border Centre for Community Development is offering an innovative and unique twelve week course devised to equip people involved in community-based activity with a range of skills for engaging innovative approaches to arts practice in community contexts, community development and the identification of barriers preventing community growth and well-being.
· No tuition fees
· Course starts October 17th, 2006 and runs every Tuesday
· Applications are invited immediately
· The deadline for receipt of applications is October 3 rd, 2006

The course is based for 11 weeks at Dundalk Institute of Technology, Co. Louth with a residential weekend @ The Sliabh Beagh Hotel, Monaghan. Placement with a Community group is a key feature of the course.

This community arts course is a module carrying ten credits taken from the HETAC B.A. in Community Development and students who successfully complete the module will be eligible for single subject certification

Ideal candidates for this course should be highly motivated with a desire to develop an understanding of issues adversely affecting community and acquire skills that enable them to be more affective in project development and delivery, such as arts practitioners, arts workers, community development workers, youth workers, social workers, counsellors and anyone interested in this area. Enrolment is limited to twenty-five places.

Content will include:
· Group facilitation concepts,
· Theatre of the Oppressed,
· Introduction to the Concepts of violence,
· Child Protection
· Project planning, design, monitoring and evaluating
· Principles of fundraising
· The Aesthetics of the Oppressed
· Artist Process and Art product

Anyone interested in applying should contact Raul Araujo, Arts Co-ordinator @ the Cross Border Centre, DkIT on 00353 42 939 65 33 or raul.araujo@dkit.ie, or see our website www.crossbordercentre.org.

This Project is funded through the Cross-Border Consortium under the EU Peace 11 Programme and part financed by the UK and Irish Governments.

Related Link: http://www.crossbordercentre.org
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