A Museum for Gulliver

June 7, 2021

A Museum for Gulliver is a participatory online and real time experience for families and children at the Pearse Museum, St Enda’s Park, Rathfarnham, Dublin 16. Inspired by Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels our project has harnessed the imaginations of over 70 children aged 8 – 11 years in the creation of a fictional museum. Cruinniú…

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Walk A While

April 12, 2021

Looking for a fun activity for your family and friends? It’s the perfect weather to Walk A While and we’d love to join you. Why not walk your favourite loop and share it with us as part of Mother Tongues Festival 2021. Visit www.mothertonguesfestival.com or www.tallaght-arts.ie for more details. Many thanks to Tony for sharing…

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BREAK THRU Youth Dance Project

March 3, 2021

Over the month of February 19 young dancers from Tallaght and Clondalkin  have participated in Break Thru Youth Dance Project for Dance2Connect Festival ’21. Working online the young people started with a Master Workshop led by D2C Festival Director, Matt Szczerek.  Working then with Dance Faciltator, Carla Fazio they developed and filmed their short dance…

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Majid Adin

February 26, 2021

2019 marked 10 years of the Unwrapped festival, and for the event the Unwrapped Team took their inspiration from an award winning animation by artist Majid Adin, an Iranian refugee now based in London. Majid won a commission from the Elton John Foundation to reinterpret the song Rocket Man. He worked in partnership with Irish…

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Unwrapped ’20

November 18, 2020

The Annual Winter Festival of Community in South Dublin find out how to get involved by visiting the website WWW.UNWRAPPED.IE TweetShareSharePin0 Shares

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Unwrapped ’20

November 12, 2020

Unwrapped’20 Shining a Light Festival is happening Despite the limits on public events Unwrapped, the annual Winter Festival of community, will continue this year with Shining a Light, based on the story of the Winter Queen. An ancient shadow, Cailleach Queen of Winter, emerges from the hills with her gift of light. Our South Dublin…

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SoloSIRENs Symposium

October 8, 2020

October 09, 2020 We are so excited to bring to you SoloSIRENs Symposium. Hear the story of our 2019 Festival, the experiences and reflection of our audiences, artists, and participants. Symposium contributors, moderator and participant will explore the wider contexts of gender and diversity in the arts and society today.   For more information please visit www.solosirens.info/symposium TweetShareSharePin0…

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Declare and Protest

September 16, 2020

To celebrate Culture Night 2020 Tallaght Community Arts and Alternative Entertainments in association with OPW/Pearse Museum and Music Generation South Dublin will host an Online Broadcast at 7:15pm. Tune in to Tallaght Community Arts YouTube channel to see our event. See our website for further details. The Covid19 pandemic, the international response to George Floyd’s…

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Midsummer Sketches

August 10, 2020

In June we invited a number of artist colleagues, friends and family to mark one moment in the time between St John’s Eve and Lughnasadh and send us a photograph and some text. In this Gallery Book we share the work of all who rose to the occasion. This has been a labour of love…

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Behind The Glass Case – A Work In Progress

August 8, 2020

In 2018 The Pearse Museum hosted Tallaght Community Arts for Culture Night. The museum is the site of St Enda’s School – Scoil Éanna founded by Irish nationalist Patrick Pearse. Our Street Arts Academy crew after presenting a programme of work made a spontaneous dance response to the museum’s atmosphere and collection. As the young…

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