Launch of the UCC Creative Lullaby Exchange
May 23, 2022
UCC Creative is proud to announce the launch of the UCC Creative Lullaby Exchange (UCCCLE). This exciting new project aims to create a space to share and learn about cradle songs. This as-yet-unknown wealth of music and culture is accessible via the UCCCLE website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages.
Record a lullaby, browse the website, and enjoy the music! Explore the Lullaby Exchange today!
UCC Creative is an initiative to develop and advocate for creative practice at UCC in lively collaboration with local, national and international communities, festivals and creative / cultural industries.
UCC Creative Events include public art commissions, workshops, showcases and residencies.
UCC Creative Captial Build is part of UCC’s Strategic Plan and enacts the centrality of creativity as a core value of the university. This building is planned as a beacon for Artistic Practice, Research and Transdisciplinarity within Ireland and internationally.
UCC hosts six artist residencies, a classical quartet foundation and a public concert series. This dynamic outward facing engagement with artists across multiple disciplines involves collaboration with the Arts Council as well as local / national arts organisations / public bodies.
UCC is also home to the Glucksman Gallery, the Jennings Gallery in the College of Medicine and Health and the Granary Theatre.
UCC’s Artists in Residence
UCC Arts Council Residencies
- Writer in Residence, School of English & Digital Humanities
- Film Artist in Residence, Film & Screen Media / School of Film, Music & Theatre
- Traditional Artist in Residence, Music / School of Film, Music & Theatre
Other UCC Artist Residencies
- UCC - Cork Opera House Theatre Artist in Residence
Theatre / School of Film, Music & Theatre
Co-funded by Cork Opera House / College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences (CACSSS)
- Frank O’Connor International Fellowship in the Short Story
School of English & Digital Humanities
Co-hosted with Munster Literature Centre / funded by Cork City Council
- John Montague International Fellowship in Poetry
School of English & Digiital Humanities
Co-hosted with Munster Literature Centre / Co-funded by School of English & Digital Humanities, CACSSS & Boole Library Information Services Strategic Research Fund
There are currently no upcoming events.