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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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Irish Times Image of the Week

Great to see that we made image of the week in The Irish Times with Aeridheacht-Taking the Air.  Fionn, A Dramatic Spectacle   THURSDAY: Members of Tallaght Community Arts performed part of the pageant, Aeridheacht – Taking the Air, for President Michael D Higgins and guest sat the State ceremony in honour of Patrick Pearse […]

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Doors to Elsewhere

Doors to Elsewhere is an integrated drama group for adults with disabilities living in South Dublin County. Formed in 2011 the group meets on a weekly basis on Friday mornings. Their work combines drama, dance, music and singing. Their performances are original, devised works collectively created by the participants. All of the artists perform, but […]

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DoubleTAKE

Established in 2010, DoubleTAKE is an arts initiative that seeks to develop and support people with disabilities to develop their creativity through and in the arts. DoubleTAKE Supported Art Studio is a professional artist’s studio, dedicated to enabling people with disabilities meet and integrate with other artists. It is a space where creative people can […]

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Street Arts Academy

Established in 2011 and located in Adamstown, Street Arts Academy is a culturally diverse arts programme for young people 13 – 20 years. It develops visual arts work, music and performance in a Hip Hop aesthetic and fosters cultural leadership. Each school holiday 60 young people from culturally diverse backgrounds work with some of Ireland’s […]

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Moving On

Moving On was a professional theatre production created with and for the Tallaght community and enjoyed by audiences of all age. It was written and directed by Jenny Macdonald and performed by professional actors John Doran, Jed Murray, Sorcha Shanahan and Jacinta Sheerin, and community actors Kevin O’Raferty and Charlie Webster. It grew out of […]

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The Handprint of our Footprint

Over three months in the summer of 2015 six men and six boys from Dominic’s Community Centre Tallaght worked with artist and printmaker Jim Cathcart to create a series of hand-made prints on the theme of Climate Change. The participants learnt accessible printmaking techniques; Mono Print, Linocut and Relief Print. The weekly sessions then explored […]

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