In line with our commitment to develop creative capacity in the youth sector in Kerry, we are providing a listing of professionals who are available to facilitate work with children and/or young people on creativity projects in Kerry. Professionals are experienced and skilled and MUST be paid for any work in which they are engaged. They do not offer free services, advice or work without payment. Please ensure fair and going rates are paid.
Community based organisations, groups and services who wish to engage creatives in their work with children and young people will find the listing a useful resource for project planning. Professionals listed include artists,
designers, makers, producers, animators from across the creative and cultural industries embracing all sectors, genres, technologies, artforms and disciplines where creativity is practiced. The listing is not definitive, but compiled on an ongoing basis.
Please note: The listing is not a recommendation or an endorsement by Kerry ETB/LCYP. The Garda Vetting of creative professionals will remain the responsibility of any organisation/group or service that engages any creative professional listed hereafter. Kerry ETB/LCYP bears no responsibility or liability with regard to any issues of child safeguarding with regard to third party entry to the listing, or third party access to the listing provided.
Please note: In listing Creativity Facilitators, Kerry ETB/LCYP operates in line with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in force as of 25th May 2018. Kerry ETB Data Protection Policy and Privacy Notices
are available on the Kerry ETB Website for further information, see here.
Disclaimer: Kerry ETB/LCYP does not endorse any creative professionally or personally, whose details are provided in the listing. Kerry ETB bears no responsibility of any nature to any third party who engages a creative whose details are provided in the listing. Kerry ETB/LCYP advises that any person, or persons, being engaged to work with children or vulnerable young people should be assessed in the usual manner, by interview, reference check, and in association with the Garda Vetting Bureau, and current Child Protection guidelines under the Children First Act 2015.