axis' arts development work provides access to both participation and development in all areas of the arts. This is done through our work in arts in education, youth arts, artists development, multi displinary art classes, arts projects, early years projects, and development projects in community settings among many others.
Dublin Fringe Festival is one of the most exciting performance art festivals in the world. It brings top Irish and international artists to Dublin and we want YOU to experience it.
This September axis hosts a seminar for young men. Exploring creativity, mental health and young men’s lives, the event is shaped around the screening of a documentary film about Sergei Polunin
Children across crèches in the northside of Dublin will get a chance to work with early year’s arts practitioner and visual artist, Orla Kelly. This 6 week interactive storytelling project for 2 – 5 year olds begins and ends with a visit to axis theatre for two quality early years performances.
Philippa works as a choreographer/teacher and is the Director of CoisCéim BROADREACH dance participation programme. Taking up her residency this October, exploring themes and stories about ‘work’, Philippa will work towards the choreographic development of a new piece next May 2018 entitled BODY OF WORK | WHAT’S THE STORY?
axis Ballymun is pleased to announce the third year of our performing arts residency, ‘Playground’ for artists with disabilities. This residency is designed to support the professional development and creation of new work by performing artists with disabilities.