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Creative Places MacUíllíam

In 2021 a consortium led by Tallaght Community Arts were delighted to be awarded a Creative Places research project award for MacUíllíam Estate and its residents by the Arts Council of Ireland.  Creative Places is an opportunity for areas, which have not benefited from sustained arts investment in the past, to build a local arts programme with local residents.
The Creative Places MacUíllíam team have begun local conversations to discuss and plan a range of creative projects for the residents of MacUíllíam Estate in 2021/22. Our projects will be led by the Creative Places MacUíllíam artist team with the active participation of the local community.

Tony Fegan

Director of Tallaght Community Arts

"The Creative Places funding for our project TogetherHERE is a fantastic opportunity for us to work in partnership with residents of the Mac Uíllíam Estate to engage in creative collective actions, to build capacity, to change their social and built environment. It is a vital resource to increase participation among key residents in mapping, planning and delivering much-needed activities and programmes to all residents"

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Creative Places MacUíllíam is funded by Arts Council of Ireland, South Dublin County Council, SDCC Arts Office and Creative Ireland