To Make A Mark

Tickets: Free, no booking required
Show Time: Wed 4th -Fri 6th, 4-7.15pm | Sat 7th, 12-7:15pm

To Make A Mark is an exhibition of digital work curated by Run of the Mill and Project Arts Centre, highlighting the extensive work created by inclusive arts organisations around Ireland.

The Cube will host film, documentary and photography work from Run of the Mill, Speckled Egg, Blue Teapot, Tallaght Community Arts – doubleTAKE Studio and Aideen Barry in collaboration with artists from Western Care’s Scannan Technologies and Ridgepool Training Centre.

The programme will focus on a different work each evening. Audiences will have an opportunity to pop into the Cube from 4pm, before making their way to the Space Upstairs for Making A Mark.

4th May – 7th May, 2022 FREE, No need to book!

↓ See the full programme below ↓

 


Video still from ‘TASKY 1-4 (2018)’ by Speckled Egg

Wednesday 4th May, 4pm – 7.15pm Run of the Mill + Arcade Film presents: QuarantineOutside History & Vulnerable Speckled Egg presents: Tasky 1-4

Read more about the films here.

Video still from ‘My Light Will Blind You’ by Blue Teapot

Thursday 5th May 4pm – 7.15pm Run of the Mill + Arcade Film presents: QuarantineOutside History Vulnerable Blue Teapot Theatre Company presents: My Light Will Blind You

Read more about the films here.

Video still from ‘Crust’ by Tallaght Community Arts, doubleTAK

Friday 6th May, 4pm – 7.15pm Run of the Mill + Arcade Film presents: QuarantineOutside History & Vulnerable doubleTAKE – Tallaght Community Arts presents: Crust & We’re Still Here

Video Still from ‘Silent Moves’ by Aiden Barry in collaboration with Ridgepool Training Centre and Scannán Technologies

Saturday 7th May 12pm – 7.15pm Run of the Mill + Arcade Film presents: QuarantineOutside History & Vulnerable Aideen Barry in collaboration with artists from Western Care’s Scannan Technologies and Ridgepool Training Centre presents: Silent Moves

Read more about the films here.

 

Wed 4th -Fri 6th, 4 – 7.15pm | Sat 7th , 12 – 7:15pm – Photography Exhibition
An exhibition of images captured in the final stages of a 16-week expressive movement workshop programme and collaboration between Enda Moran and the ladies and gentlemen from St. John of God’s Day Service, Maynooth, Co. Kildare.

Over the course of the 16 weeks, the group explored concepts of Identity and Individuality through Movement, Circus and Print.

The project was made possible by Pathways Day Programme, GAA Maynooth and funded by ‘The parents and friends association’, of St. John of God Kildare Services.

Director Enda Moran
Images Hayley Stuart
Print Artist Anne McDonnell
Work experience Photography Conor Melinn.

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