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Fresh Street #2: This week's programme and why you should follow the event!

Fresh Street #2: This week's programme and why you should follow the event!

On the 24-25-26 of May 2017, our very own Irish Street Arts delegation; ISACS CEO Lucy Medlycott, Macnas Ireland’s artistic director Noeline Kavanagh, plus the Artistic Director of Fanzini Productions and the National Circus Festival of Ireland Con Horgan; are heading to in Santa Maria da Feira (Portugal) to take part in Fresh Street#2 International Seminar for the Development of Street Arts.

The event is organised by Circostrada Network and ARTCENA, in partnership with Imaginarius - International Street Theatre Festival.

ISACSCircostrada and Imaginarius will be tweeting and posting about what’s happening at the event and you should really keep an eye on our social media pages and the hashtags #FreshStreet2 and #ISACStalks.


Here are three reasons why you should follow Fresh Street #2:

1) Fresh Street is a major International Street Arts event which will be held in Ireland in 2019

FRESH STREET is the largest seminar for Street Arts professionals.


FRESH STREET#1 from Circostrada Network on Vimeo.

The first edition of FRESH STREET#1, held in Barcelona, gathered 300 professionals from 30 different countries in 2015.

Its second edition, FRESH STREET#2, will bring together over 400 professionals from all over the world for 3 days of discussions on the future of street arts with no more than 50 speakers from 25 countries, focused workshops and networking events.

The next edition of FRESH STREET, FRESH STREET#3, will be brought to Ireland by ISACS in association with Galway2020 & NUIG in 2019.

2) Our Irish delegation will share the stage with other very high-profile personalities in the sector to debate, share good practices and define international strategy for street arts.


Highlight on 24/05: WE ARE MORE THAN CELEBRATION, STREET ARTS CONNECT!




Irish headliner Noeline Kavanagh of Macnas, in conversation with Daniel Vilar of Imaginarius | Festival Internacional de Teatro de Rua.


Highlight on 25/05 ART FOR PEOPLE, WITH PEOPLE OR BY PEOPLE?


Curator and facilitator, Lucy Medlycott of Irish Street Arts, Circus & Spectacle Network, in conversation with Kim Cook of Burning Man, Liz Pugh of Walk the Plank and Rita Júlia Sebestyén!


Highlight on the 26/05: A STREET OF OPPORTUNITIES – STREET ARTS AS A TRANSFORMATIVE INFLUENCE


Curator and facilitator, Con Horgan of Fanzini Productions and National Circus Festival of Ireland, in conversation with Jordi Duran FiraTàrrega of FiraTàrrega, Rachel Clare of Piccadilly Circus & CRYING OUT LOUD, Maud Le Floch of pôle des arts urbains, Jean-Marie Songy of Festival d'Aurillac!


3) Fresh Street#2 is also a full- packed programme with festivities and street arts celebrations

FRESH STREET#2 is not only talks; performances and workshops will also form part of the programme. Not to mention, Imaginarius - International Street Theatre Festival which kicks off on the 25th of May for 3 days of mind-blowing Street Arts celebrations and shows making the event an opportunity to discover new acts of the Portuguese and international scene.

View IMAGINARIUS FESTIVAL PROGRAMME


Read FRESH STREET full programme here: FRESH STREET#2 FULL PROGRAMME.

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