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Remembrance

Remembrance

October 15 @ 7:00 pm 10:00 pm IST

26 King's Inn Street
Dublin 1, D01 P2W7
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MemoLab Performance and talks with artists from State of the Art: Transformative Memories

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Jeff Korondo, musician, Uganda

Carla Ryan, musician, Ireland

Erika Diettes, visual artist, Colombia

Mary Moynihan, writer, director, theatre and filmmaker, Ireland

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Smashing Times International Centre for the Arts and Equality and partners are delighted to present a cross-cultural  artistic performance for the 2022 Dublin Arts and Human Rights festival. The bespoke performance consists of a live musical performance featuring Ugandan musician Jeff Korondo, and Carla Ryan, singer, songwriter. The evening features Artist Talks by Erika Diettes, Colombia, and Mary Moynihan, Ireland. Erika Diettes, a visual artist and social communicator from Columbia, presents a talk on her artistic practise and the work on display in the Transformative Memories exhibition exploring themes of grief, disappearances and remembrance. Mary Moynihan, writer, theatre and film-maker, Ireland presents a talk on her artistic practice and work and the display of work for the Transformative Memories Exhibition with a focus on the arts for historical memory and for equality, peace and non-violence.

The Facilitator and speaker is Professor Brandon Hamber, (PI), John Hume and Thomas P. O’Neill Chair in Peace, International Conflict Research Institute (INCORE), Transitional Justice Institute (TJI), Ulster University, Northern Ireland,

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26 King's Inn Street
Dublin 1, D01 P2W7
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