Creative Community Kerry

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The Kerry Creative Community  is being designed by creatives, for creatives. It encompasses those working in the creative arena across all industries – actors, musicians, writers, designers, and artists to name but a few – and aims to provide a platform for networking and the sharing of resources among the creative community. What to get involved? Sign up and answering these 7 questions .

Kerry has a vibrant, creative scene, For centuries, the world famous mountains, lakes, skies and seascapes of Kerry have inspired creative practitioners to live and work in a magnificent landscape steeped in culture and tradition and rooted in the Irish imagination

We believe that as we emerge into the recovery post pandemic, the timing is right to bring together the creative community in Kerry on a regular basis to share knowledge, resources, to showcase our work, tackle complex issues/’wicked problems’, be inspired and forge connections for collaboration. Help us spread the word on social here

Reidín O Connor, Community Manager RDI Hub

This community is designed by creatives, for creatives. It encompasses those working in the creative arena across all industries – actors, musicians, writers, designers, and artists to name but a few.

Think this is something you could be interested in? Get involved by signing up and answering these 7 questions .

As well as monthly events, we see an opportunity to create an online directory to connect creative individuals, host a jobs board, work collectively for national and international pitches, and connect with businesses looking for creative partners. 

Who are we 

We are creatives and hubs based in Kerry passionate about promoting and supporting the creative community in Kerry – RDI Hub and Dingle Creativity and Innovation Hub  Diana Griffin and Christian Gyalus , Eamonn O Sullivan and Alannah Rice who would love to hear from you!

The Ask – Please complete these 7 questions – https://forms.gle/2vaeGC3gtxFSciA19 and help us spread the word. Please share this survey with anyone working in the creative sphere in Kerry who you think would like to get involved.