Online gallery of artwork by feminist activist artists who wear gorilla masks in public and use facts, humour and outrageous visuals to expose gender and ethnic bias as well as corruption in politics, art, film and pop culture. This exhibition runs for the duration of the festival, from 15 - 24 October. Hosted by Smashing Times.
Practical Workshop on the Suzuki Training technique and Viewpoints Training technique with Ellen Lauren (co - artistic Director of SITI Company and associate artist of The SCOT Company, Toga. Hosted by Ellen Lauren and facilitated by Michael McCabe in collaboration with Smashing Times.
Direct Division is a short documentary film featuring children describing, in their own words, their experiences of living in Direct Provision. The film will be freely available from 15 - 24 October, along with an exhibition of artwork by the children. A post-show discussion with the creatives involved will be held on 18 Oct. Hosted by Office of Children's Ombudsman.
Panel discussion highlighting Ireland’s thriving but underrepresented Black-Irish creative scene and exploring how race and identity have influenced them. Hosted by Tobi Balogun. This work has emerged from the AIC Bursary Award 2020: Collaborative Arts and Human Rights which was offered by Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts, in partnership with the Irish Council for Civil Liberties, and funded by the Arts Council’s Artist in the Community (AIC) Scheme, managed by Create.