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Cruinniú na Cásca – All Our Futures

         Easter Monday April 17th 10am – 9:30pm Remembering Our Futures FREE CULTURAL EVENTS As part of the Creative Ireland Programme, Cruinniú na Cásca, which translates directly as ‘a meeting at Easter’, and in partnership withRua Red, The County Library Service, Civic Theatre, South Dublin CountyCouncil and Tallaght Community Arts will be presenting […]

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All Our Futures 2017

A journey of recording the past and present towards a shared future Monday 17 April 2017, 11am – 5pm All Our Futures is the launch of a photographic archive of group portraits of families and friends by Tallaght Community Arts. In our tented photographic studio, we will reimagine the studios of yester-year. Photographer Jonathan Stokes will […]

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Come Walk in My Shoes

The Come Walk In My Shoes project group led by Gerry Bates, represents a cluster of Catholic Parishes in Tallaght, St Kevin’s and Killian’s, St Mary’s, St Aengus’s and St Dominic’s plus St Maelruan’s Church of Ireland. The group set out in the late summer to create an imaginative and dramatic community event that would […]

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Creative Campus ’16

Eight secondary school student artists have begun working with Creative Campus ’16 Curator – Jim Cathcart. In keeping with our national commemoration year our artists will explore and create their artistic responses to our PROCLAMATION. Artists will use the medium of both lino and mono print to realise and create their work. Our artists are […]

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AERIDHEACHT – Talking the Air

A site-specific participatory performance in the grounds and house of the Pearse Museum Rathfarnham exploring Patrick Pearse’s radical education experiment at St Enda’s School and its contribution to nationalist imagination 100 years ago. http://www.aeridheachttakingtheair.com/

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[Show thumbnails] PROCLAMATION is a participatory arts project exploring the Proclamation of 1916, its actual word content, aspirations and its impact on the lives of ordinary people in the following century. Facilitated, by professional artist/printmaker Jim Cathcart participants of all ages and cultural backgrounds will print an original banner that will be a backdrop to […]

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