Commonplace Amateur Projects (CPAP) is a multiple use project space located in Dublin's city centre. CPAP allows artists time and space to articulate interests that go beyond notions of amateurism and productive behaviour. Founded by artist Sally Timmons, the organisation has three areas of programming, including a city centre meeting and workspace, regular workshops
and projects. It began commissioning artists' editions in September 2007; has featured solo projects by artists Karl Burke, Andrew Salomone and Paul Timoney, as well as the group project Take me back to Trinidad; while future projects include an exhibition by Sarah Browne and Projector Collective. Artists and curators visiting Dublin are encouraged to use CPAP as a base for meetings or projects.