Irish Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle Network in partnership with Circostrada, ARTCENA and Galway 2020 – European Capital of Culture are delighted to announce the 3rd edition of FRESH STREET – International Seminar for the Development of Street Arts.
This flagship event of ISACS will bring together professional artists, programmers, researchers, pedagogues, journalists, and policy makers from all over Europe and beyond for a key focus on street arts.
This third edition will take place in the vibrant city of Galway, while preparations for Galway 2020 – European Capital of Culture will be in full swing! Exploring street arts as a tool for social, cultural, political and economic change, it will opt for an innovative conference model by inviting participants to connect with the local community and natural environment, building on an authentic encounter and a singular experience.
On the agenda of this 3-day seminar: you’ll get the chance to experience a field trip on the Aran Islands, where you’ll meet international artists who will share with you their experiences in working in rural places, you’ll attend outdoor performances, work-in-progress, panel discussions, enjoy professional talks, a plenary session, action-oriented activities, and much more!
Please also note that the deadline for registration is 3rd May.
Fresh Street#3 will bring together international delegates from all over the world from a wide range of backgrounds, with a shared passion for street arts (professional artists, policymakers, pedagogues, journalists, stakeholders, researchers, programmers and many more).
You can find all the info in the relevant section in our website and/or at the following links:
We cannot wait to see you in Galway for this once-in-a-lifetime experience!
Co-organised by: ISACS – Irish Street Arts, Circus & Spectacle Network; Galway 2020 – European Capital of Culture; Circostrada – European Network for Circus and Street Arts; ARTCENA – National Centre for Circus and Street Arts and Theater.
With the support of: European Commission – Creative Europe Programme; French Ministry of Culture; Áras Éanna Arts Centre; Failte Ireland – National Tourism Development Authority; Meet in Ireland; Galway Convention Bureau.