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    Tallaght Community Arts

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    Dublin 24,
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  • Archives


  • Tallaght’s Great Paper Rope

    Tallaght’s Great Paper Rope will be a sculptural thread of paper rope starting in Tallaght Village and winding 1.5 KM to the Civic Theatre.

    Inspired by the area’s history of papermaking Tallaght’s Great Paper Rope will bring together communities, school, arts organisations and artists in a yearlong exploration.

    Participants will translate memories, stories and dreams to be ... Read more

  • Doors to Elsewhere Ensemble

    Doors to Elsewhere is an inclusive theatre ensemble for adults with disabilities living in South Dublin County.

    Established in 2011, our weekly workshops enable our performers to develop their creative potential in acting, movement, spoken word, music and devising.

    Our performances are original, devised works collectively created by the participants. ... Read more

  • Where in this World

    Tallaght Community Arts is delighted that WHERE IN THIS WORLD is currently exhibiting at IT Tallaght Library, 07 – 28 March 2018 Where In This World an intercultural intergeneral felt making and storytelling project that brought people in South Dublin County together to share and create, while making felt art,  artist participants weaved together the worlds they ... Read more

  • 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 take formal ... Read more

  • 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 involve ... Read more

  • 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 ... Read more

  • 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.




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    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

    Reading the Proclamation on ... Read more

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