An inter-disciplinary research project.

What happens when a diverse group of musicians and thought-leaders in the fields of education, mental health, design and innovation, and organisational consultancy get together to explore collaboration?
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Connecting musicians with thought-leaders.

The Art of Collaboration is an interdisciplinary and intergenerational artistic research project on the subject of collaboration. The project includes the curation, rehearsing, documenting, and performance of a series of concerts with established and emerging artists.
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Bringing specialists together.

This investigation will explore collaborative processes through the lens of human connection and interaction as experienced and understood by leaders in a diverse range of fields.
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A group of musicians and thought-leaders undertaking an investigative project about collaboration.
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A series of concerts in the Hugh Lane Gallery featuring four different ensembles and special presenters from diverse fields.
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Roundtable discussions and interviews to transfer knowledge and share ideas across various disciplines.
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Upcoming Events

  • Jul

    The Art of Collaboration Collective

    Clonmel Arts Festival, Day Event at The Main Guard, 10am to 5pm

    Members from The Art of Collaboration will create an immersive, creative experience for the audience through dialogue, music, story, visuals and spoken-word. In the process they will collaborate with the audience to create new work to be performed in the course of the day.

    This creative dialogue will take the form of music, spoken and visual inputs from members of the collective that will be interwoven with collaborative working with the audience to develop ideas, to facilitate new work with audience participation. A day of creative activities with a structure inspired by Professor Jim Lucey's book 'In My Room'

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    Clonmel Junction Arts Festival
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