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The Smashing Times International Centre for the Arts and Human Rights operates as an arts space, a resource service, a networking agency and digital hub, using the arts, research and new digital technologies to promote the arts, human rights and gender equality for all. Based in Dublin, Ireland, the centre was established by Smashing Times Theatre and Film Company. As part of the centre, Smashing Times have launched a world-class international Smashing Times Online Centre for the Arts and Human Rights – a key resource service and networking forum providing information, training, and a platform for discussion on using the arts to promote and protect gender equality and human rights. This online centre is kindly funded by the Arts and Culture Capital Scheme, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.    

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The Woman is Present in Rathfarnham Castle

Women’s Voices Then and Now: The Woman is Present: Women’s Stories of WWII – Imagined recreation of moments from READ MORE

Women’s Voices Then and Now in the Pearse Museum

Women’s Voices Then and Now – Celebrating Women’s Stories from 1916 to 1923 – featuring Constance and Her Friends and READ MORE

Women’s Voices: Then and Now – A Creative Celebration of Women’s Stories from 1916 to 1923

Smashing Times are delighted to announce the launch of our new Exhibition titled Women’s Voices: Then and Now – A READ MORE

The Woman is Present: Women’s Stories of WWII Comes to Cork

By acclaimed award-winning playwrights Mary Moynihan, Deirdre Kinahan, Fiona Bawn Thompson and Paul Kennedy Imagined recreation READ MORE
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The Smashing Times International Centre for the Arts and Human Rights operates as an arts space, a resource service, a networking agency and digital hub, using the arts, research and new digital technologies to promote the arts, human rights and gender equality for all. Based in Dublin, Ireland, the centre was established by Smashing Times Theatre and Film Company. As part of the centre, Smashing Times have launched a world-class international Smashing Times Online Centre for the Arts and Human Rights – a key resource service and networking forum providing information, training, and a platform for discussion on using the arts to promote and protect gender equality and human rights. This online centre is kindly funded by the Arts and Culture Capital Scheme, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.