Creative Time Summit 2018 | Dublin Screening and Panel Discussion at NCAD

Friday 2 November, 3pm to 11pm.

As an official off-site host, Create, Fire Station Artists’ Studios and the National College of Art and Design’s MA in Socially Engaged Art and Further Education are delighted to partner again to host this exciting live streaming of the Creative Time Summit, an annual presentation of the world’s leading socially engaged artists and activists, coming this year direct from Miami, Florida.

Venue: Harry Clarke lecture theatre, National College of Art & Design, 100 Thomas Street, Dublin 8
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This year the Summit is titled On Archipelagos and Other Imaginaries: Collective Strategies to Inhabit the World, with four thematic sections:

• On boundaries and a borderless future
• Facing climate realities, reimagining a green future
• Towards an intersectional justice
• Resisting displacement and violence

Resisting Displacement and Violence: Dublin Panel, 6-7:30pm
Drawing connections between the thematics of this year’s Summit and the Irish context, a live panel will discuss the theme of ‘Resisting displacement and violence’. Resonating with the current housing crisis, growing resistance to the stark effects of inadequate policies for social and affordable housing and lack of equitable development in Dublin and other urban centres in Ireland, our panel brings together a number of perspectives, actively engaging in this emergency:

  • John Bissett (Chair), Community worker and housing activist
  • Fiona Woods, Artist
  • Lisa Crowne, Artist and co-director of A4 Sound Studios
  • Orla Hegarty, Assistant Professor School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy, UCD
  • Lucky Khambule, Activist for migrant communities

All are welcome to this event. For any queries, please contact Fiona Whelan at or Vance Lau at .

Dublin Schedule
2:30pm – Welcome with tea & coffee
3pm – Screening starts
3:30pm – Creative Time Session I: On boundaries and a borderless future
4:25pm – Creative Time Session II: Facing climate realities, reimagining a green future
5:00pm – Optional dinner by Luncheonette at NCAD (registration required, payment in cash on the night)
6.00pm – Resisting displacement and violence: Dublin Panel
7:30pm – Creative Time Session III: Towards an intersectional justice
8:15pm – Break with light refreshments
8.30pm – Creative Time Session IV: Resisting displacement and violence
11pm – Finish

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