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The Monthly - November 2020

The November issue of the Monthly, Community Arts Partnership's online arts sector magazine, continues our discussions with Community Arts organisations under Lockdown. How are organisations coping with the pandemic restrictions and how are they finding ways to make Community Arts relevant to the people they work with?

This Month, we have a wonderful series of interviews with Fred Caulfield, Executive Director of Prison Arts Foundation, and Pamela Brown, PAF’s writer in residence in HMP Magilligan. They discuss the role of the arts in developing prisoners' potential for change and the success of the programmes they facilitate.

We talk to Paula McFetridge from Kabosh Theatre Company discussing the challenges the company faced during Lockdown and how they have responded to those challenges. We have the final part of the three part series talking to Mary Moynihan from Smashing Times, the organisation which ran the Dublin Arts and Human Rights Festival which highlighted the role of the arts and artists in promoting human rights today. 

And we have a short film by local artist John Baucher entitled "It will pass". The film was commissioned for the MAC's HOME – Noli Timere project.
The Monthly is open for your contributions.

If you would like to write an article or review an event, if you have an idea for something you would like the Monthly to cover please get in touch by emailing: gordon@capartscentre.com or call Community Arts Partnership on 028 9092 3493.
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