Elles Vivent

Performance / Talks and Readings / Tour / 07 Oct 2022 - 08 Oct 2022 €25-€30 | | Additional €1.50 Booking Fee on Full-Price Tickets Space Upstairs | Dublin Theatre Festival
Two friends meet in the forest. Michel, seated on a stump, listens to his old friend Taylor talking about what’s ...
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Artist Talk and Screening – Eva George Richardson McCrea

Film / Talks and Readings / Vis Art / 02 Jun 2022 Free | Ticketed Gallery | Clear Away the Rubble Public Programme
Project Arts Centre and AEMI are pleased to host an artist talk and screening with Eva George Richardson McCrea as part of our open research project, Clear Away the Rubble / Glan an Spallaí ar Shiúl
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TEDI Commission: Negotiate by Hackett, Conway & Hennessy

Film / Project Potential / Talks and Readings / 29 Apr 2022 - 29 May 2022 Unticketed | Content Freely Available to Watch Online Online
On the first weekend of each month, Project Arts Centre will publish a new work in partnership with RTÉ Culture. Project Arts Centre ...
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Mother State: on Housing – Watch Back

Exhibitions / Talks and Readings / Vis Art / 12 May 2022 - 12 Jun 2022 Free | Online Online | Clear Away the Rubble Public Programme
Mothering is a spatial practice: housing is everything. In this talk, Helen Charman will share some of her research into mothering and alternative housing practices in Britain and the north of Ireland in the 1970s and 80s.
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Ireland’s Housing Crisis – Public Housing the Solution

Exhibitions / Festival / Talks and Readings / Vis Art / 09 May 2022 Free - Ticketed Space Upstairs | James Connolly Festival | Clear Away the Rubble Public Programme
As the housing crisis rages on across Ireland, we invite speakers from political parties and academia to discuss public housing as the solution to a problem appearing to have no end in sight under the current political strictures
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Flikkers – Queer Spaces, Queer Utopias

Festival / Talks and Readings / 13 May 2022 Free Ticketed Space Upstairs & Online | Bealtaine Festival
Chaired by Hannah Tiernan researcher, writer, visual artist and Assistant Editor GCN with contributors: David Carroll – Irish Research Council ...
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