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General News / October 21, 2019

Creative Ireland Programme to host evening celebrating Ireland’s emerging talent

General News / October 21, 2019

Creative Ireland Programme to host evening celebrating Ireland’s emerging talent

A panel discussion, live performance and plenty of advice for bourgeoning young creatives.

Tuesday 22 October sees The Creative Ireland Programme present an evening of discussion focusing on emerging creative talent in Ireland. Tara Stewart will host a live conversation in The Chocolate Factory with hip hop act Tebi Rex, actress and writer Roxanna Nic Liam, podcaster Molly Parsons and Junk Kouture fashion designer Cian Newman.  

Creative Ireland Molly Parsonsa

Conversation will gravitate between the support they received within their respective creative spheres and what can be improved on to help the next generation of artists and creators coming through. The benefits of creativity for mental health and the potential difficulties encountered when attempting to build a career or simply balance your hobby with your career.

Tickets are free and the event runs on Tuesday 22 October from 6-8pm in The Chocolate Factory, Dublin.

Click here for more info.