Creatives Invited To Join Online Listing To Help Local Communities

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An online listing of Creativity Facilitators is being compiled by Kerry LCYP at Kerry ETB. Photo: M Dei Grande.

KERRY Local Creative Youth Partnership is calling on experts in creativity and facilitation to join an online listing.

It is envisaged that listing creatives online will help communities to engage creative skillsets to help child and youth participation in creative activities.

Established in May 2019 the LCYP has been working steadily, developing strong working relationships with local organisations, communities and groups who work with children and young people across Kerry.

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Recently the LCYP announced a fund to assists communities in their creative work with young people.

The LCYP is now seeking out creative practitioners, including artists, to join a public online listing that will be available to assist local organisations, communities and groups as they plan creative activity in their areas.

Creative Practitioners are being asked to go online  to  and upload information. Applications can be made in Irish also.

A reference and experience is required as well as a photograph of each applicant. “It is a quick and easy digital application process and will go some way to assist in profiling the outstanding skillset that exists within the creative industries in Kerry”, stated Deirdre Enright, Creative Youth Co-Ordinator at Kerry ETB.

Experienced child and youth educators and facilitators are being sought across multiple creative genres including advertising & marketing, the arts, broadcast, culinary arts, craft, dance, drama, design, film, literature, museum and galleries curatorial expertise, performance, publishing & print, STEM and the visual arts. Creatives working across many disciplines are welcome to apply.

Kerry Education and Training Board (Kerry ETB), is the lead partner in the development of Kerry Local Creative Youth Partnership (Kerry LCYP).

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