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Cruinniú na Cásca – All Our Futures

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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 a programme of events: ALL OUR FUTURES A journey of recording the past and present towards a shared future

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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 take formal photographs of 30 invited family and friendship groups. Each group will be photographed with an old photograph to link the past with the present. The story associated with each image will be recorded. All Our Futures re- imagines a time before digital cameras when family and friends gathered at photographic studios or photo booths on national holidays to have their photographs taken. The archive will be continued over the next five years to invited groups each Easter Monday until 2022 as part of our Independence Anniversary Programme. 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 take formal photographs of 30 invited family and friendship groups. Each group will be photographed with an old photograph to link the past with the present. The story associated with each image will be recorded. All Our Futures re- imagines a time before digital cameras when family and friends gathered at photographic studios or photo booths on national holidays to have their photographs taken. The archive will be continued over the next five years to invited groups each Easter Monday until 2022 as part of our Independence Anniversary Programme. TAKE YOUR OWN PHOTOGRAPH To complete the event, we will have an end of pier style cut-out where members of the public can enjoy photographing themselves and contributing to an online photo exhibition across the day. Cruinniú na Cásca aims to celebrate culture and creativity in contemporary Irish society through a variety of live music and dance, theatre, art and music workshops, talks and readings and screenings, special events and more. SEE BELOW FOR FREE EVENTS IN TALLAGHT Monday 17th April 2017 South Dublin County Programme Cruinniú na Cásca is a new, large-scale, festival that invites members of the public across the country to join in a spirited celebration of contemporary Irish life, multiculturalism and creativity. In South Dublin County in 2017 the focus will be on Tallaght as a Creative Hub with a full programme of events hosted throughout the day. South Dublin County Council, The Civic Theatre, County Library, Rua Red Arts Centre and Tallaght Community Arts have collaborated and programmed a day of FREE CULTURAL EVENTS to include talks, film, interactive exhibitions, workshops, outdoor installations and an evening concert.   TCA colored dots logoCivic     Rua Redlibrarry SDCC.logo        Arts Council Logo        

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