Smashing Times in conjunction with the annual Mother Tongues Arts Festival are delighted to host ‘The Art of Witness’, a presentation of creative practice and an online panel discussion exploring themes of language, identity and culture on the island of Ireland.
Across Ireland, Northern Ireland, Europe and beyond citizens of all backgrounds and cultures are finding ways to come together to create spaces where culture works to strengthen social ties. Smashing Times are delighted to bring together a panel of artists, creatives and communities from both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland to share artworks and generate dialogue on how the arts can be used to explore themes of language, identity and culture in relation to equality and rights and to imagine alternative ways of living and engaging with others in understanding, trust and peace on the island of Ireland and beyond.
Presented by Smashing Times International Centre for the Arts and Equality as part of State of the Art and Creative Connections. Supported by The Arts Council of Ireland and The Reconciliation Fund, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
The Art of Witness Online Event
Artists and Panel: Feilim James, Noelle McAlinden and Richard Edgar
Moderator: Kwasie Boyce
Where: Online via Zoom
When: Friday 14 May, 7.30pm
Booking: Booking fee of 5 euro – Book at the link below
Download the documnet below to see the full event information.
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