Participation Projects & Open Calls

Clonmel Community Manifesto

We have an exciting project in the works for Clonmel Junction Arts Festival, in partnership with South Tipperary Arts Centre.

Following the open call opportunity for the Reflections visual arts project, artist Sean Taylor sets out to create a ‘Clonmel Community Manifesto’ in response to the challenging year we have experienced during the Covid-19 crisis.

Sean invites the people of Clonmel to create a twelve-point Clonmel Community Manifesto inspired by the stories and events that have shaped us during the Covid-19 pandemic. The ‘Clonmel Community Manifesto’ will be presented as a new visual art installation for this year’s Clonmel Junction Arts Festival, celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2021.

What have you learned from this ‘new normal’?

Twelve manifesto points will be printed (as a list) on a mobile billboard advertisement and will be driven around Clonmel town during the Junction Festival from 3rd - 11th July 2021.

If you are interested in participating in the Clonmel Community Manifesto project, please email your points to Clonmel Community Manifesto project at:

Closing date for entries: 6th June 2021

all the ways without you

Riain Condon (creator, collaborator, performer) is an Irish emerging theatre artist, working primarily as a designer and in technical roles. Aoife Delany Reade (creator, collaborator, performer) is an Irish emerging theatre devisor, director & performer. one step at a time like this is a collaboration between Melbourne contemporary theatre artists, Suzanne Kersten, Clair Korobacz and Julian Rickert who live & work on the lands of the Boon Wurung & Wurundjeri people.

Cabinets of Curiosity

Telling the story of Clonmel through a series of collections of personal objects as well as artefacts from Tipperary Museum of Hidden History, the Cabinets will be placed throughout the town during the festival.
This opportunity for the community to curate their own history and creative placemaking will attract and engage a diverse audience, undertake an important reflection about the town and create a legacy for Clonmel town.
Trail map available at Tipperary Museum of Hidden History

We Can Be Heroes…again

A music project where emerging Clonmel musicians are mentored by some of the stalwarts of the music industry. The festival concert series is accompanied by a workshop series opening up industry secrets to a new batch of young musicians from Clonmel.