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ISACS Member - Spraoi St Patrick's Parade 2017 | Photographer Graham Cullen

Inspiring 'Talk Shop' 2015

Huge big thank you to everyone for coming to 'Talk Shop' 2015 at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Studios this week.Wonderful turn out, superb conversation, delicious lunch and loads of ideas flowed all day long!!

Congratulations to our two newest Board members Moe Coakley aka Faerie Moe and Laura Ivers of Dublin Circus Project.

Huge thanks, gratitude and appreciation to our two outgoing Board Members Ken Fanning of Tumble Circus and Johnny Phelan of Street Theatre Ireland. Their support, encouragement and commitment since the outset has been invaluable.

Massive thanks to our facilitator Marie Brennan of Glasshouse Creatives and to our speakers:

Finally a big thank you to the Irish Theatre Institute for the loan of their projector and the use of the board room the following day.

Next event at Cork Midsummer Festival on Friday June 12th....save the date!!

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NEST 2015 artists announced

We are delighted to announce and welcome the NEST artists for 2015....drum roll please....for Michaela Heyer, Henrik Gard and Brian O'Connell. 

NEST has come about through an innovative partnership between ISACS and Spraoi Waterford and is curated by Con Horgan. ISACS gratefully acknowledges the support for NEST from the Arts Council of Ireland. Find out more about the programme here.
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ISACS members representing internationally

ISACS are delighted to announce that we have been instrumental in securing opportunities for several of our members to present, pitch and perform ideas for their new forthcoming work to a number of international programmers and promoters this month.

Alex Allison presented his new piece Maleta at the 'Thé des Artistes' in Paris last week during the Hautes Tension Festival to over 40 international programmers, promoters and supporters of these art forms.

Tumble Circus, Lords of Strut and Lulu's World have been invited to present their work at Canvas a conference coordinated by London's leading Circus venues at the end of April.

Really starting to get Irish artists recognised beyond our shores...how exciting!!

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ISACS 'Talk Shop' & AGM 2015

You are all cordially invited to the ISACS 'Talk Shop' & AGM 2015 at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Studios.

Come along and hang out with all your colleagues and fellow artists, make connections, start conversations, share your news, get fresh ideas and see what is happening out there in the Big Bad World!!

ISACS invites you to be part of the conversation and to shape the future of Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle for Ireland.

Speakers include:

Full schedule for the day is available here.
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Dublin City Council release new Bye Laws

Dublin City Council has released the new Street Performers Bye Laws and Application Forms.

These Bye Laws will be in place from the 7th April 2015 for a 6 month period, whereupon they shall be subsequently reviewed accordingly.

You can view and download a copy here of the SP ByeLaws Code of Practice - Final

Link available here for the Street Performance Permit Application form

Link available here for the Amplification Permit Application form

We welcome your feedback on same.

Please send any comments to info@isacs.ie

 
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Irish Street Arts Circus and Spectacle Network

Irish Theatre Institute, 17 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland
00 353 (0)87 0541812 info@isacs.ie
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