Multi-disciplinary exhibition exploring the roles of the arts in post-conflict societies
October 14 @ 10:00 am - October 23 @ 5:30 pm IST
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
Stories of departure, arrival and return, tracing histories from the Age of Revolutions (1790s) to the present day, encapsulating Irish diaspora histories of abolition, racism, anti-racism and solidarity.
Public launch of the Dublin Arts and Human Rights Festival 2022
MemoLab Performance and talks with artists from State of the Art: Transformative Memories
DLR Mill Theatre
Book Your Place No Booking Necessary Artists Mary Moynihan, writer, director, theatre and filmmaker, Artistic Director of Smashing Times International Centre for the Arts and Equality Amna Walayat, visual artist […]
This free advocacy workshop - delivered by former UN human rights researcher and professional singer Dónal Kearney - will explore storytelling concepts such as narrative and character and apply them to human rights advocacy while also teaching the basics of vocal technique.
dlr Lexicon Black Box Studio
A fun, theatrical show about biodiversity, climate change, and climate justice
Exploring the reproductive rights movements across the island of Ireland and Poland.