22 Feb

February Artist Afternoon: Dublin Fringe Festival Edition

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Our February Artists Afternoon will take place on Thursday 22 February, 2–4pm.

As usual, it is open to all professional artists and arts workers. The Everyman bar will be open for free tea, coffee and chats and feel free to bring your lunch!

As part of this month’s afternoon, Dublin Fringe Festival will also be in attendance and host an application workshop to answer any burning questions you might have about this year’s festival and the application process.

This workshop will start at 3pm and is an opportunity for potential applicants to meet David Francis Moore, Festival Director, and find out more about this year’s festival. David will talk you through the submission process and discuss the festival’s curatorial vision and remit. To register for the event please follow the link below.

The workshop is free to attend but booking is essential. Please, register HERE.

Everyone is welcome, including children if you need to bring them!

For more information on this project, contact Aoife Clarke – ASSISTANT PRODUCER, aoife@everymancork.com.

We want The Everyman to be your home, where you can dream, think, share ideas, and have great conversations about theatre, opera, music, circus, participation, engagement, performance and everything that happens on a stage.

So, every month, we open the building to you, our artists and arts workers, for The Everyman Artists Afternoons. We hope that we can create a space in The Everyman for you to gather, to have informal conversations, and the space to dream up new ideas.

Each Artists Afternoon has a different focus in form, but they are for artists of every discipline. It’s an opportunity to hang out, to have a cuppa with your colleagues and other artists that you may or may not know, to share your ideas, and then, at the end of the afternoon, to see some brilliant work by national and international artists and have a conversation with the people who made the work.

Tickets Free, but booking necessary

Running time 120 min