The New Voices of Ireland is a multidisciplinary and intercultural series of artistic events starting with “We are Dublin”, a short documentary and an ode to Dublin and its inhabitants by the Dublin based French audio artist and filmmaker Wissame Cherfi!

The New Voices of Ireland is a multidisciplinary and intercultural series of artistic events starting with “We are Dublin”, a short documentary and an ode to Dublin and its inhabitants by the Dublin based French audio artist and filmmaker Wissame Cherfi!

The Breakaway Project presented Kyrie in CFCP

The Breakaway Project presented Kyrie in CFCP

The Breakaway Project performing Reagan Chestnut's play Krylie in CFCP

The Breakaway Project performing Reagan Chestnut's play Krylie in CFCP

Catherine Phil MacCarthy reading in CFCP as part of the trinity to Szymborska organised by Monika Sapielak of ArtPolonia and CFCP

Catherine Phil MacCarthy reading in CFCP as part of the trinity to Szymborska organised by Monika Sapielak of ArtPolonia and CFCP

Mary O'Donnell reading in CFCP as part of the trinity to Szymborska organised by Monika Sapielak of ArtPolonia and CFCP

Mary O'Donnell reading in CFCP as part of the trinity to Szymborska organised by Monika Sapielak of ArtPolonia and CFCP

Trinity to Szymborska in LIR Theatre

Trinity to Szymborska in LIR Theatre

Szymborska trinity in LIR Theatre organised by Monika Sapielak of ArtPolonia and CFCP with Irish authors Catherine Phil MacCarthy, Jean O'Brien, Mia Gallager and Mary O'Donnell

Szymborska trinity in LIR Theatre organised by Monika Sapielak of ArtPolonia and CFCP with Irish authors Catherine Phil MacCarthy, Jean O'Brien, Mia Gallager and Mary O'Donnell

Monika gave a great talk on immigrant artists in Ireland for Dublintellectual

Monika from the Centre for Creative Practices will give a talk on "Immigrant Artists and the Dublin Arts Scape" at Dublintellectual's Conversations on.

Wearing borrowed shoes, artist Robert Ladislas Derr walked the streets of Dublin, recording the journey with an eccentric video harness strapped to his shoulders. Along the way he recited and recorded memories of Dublin residents associated with the shoes and paths he was retracing. The resultant split-screen video and sound recording is projected on the floor at the Centre for Creative Practices. A huge thanks to Robert for all his work.    http://papervisualart.com/?p=8128

Wearing borrowed shoes, artist Robert Ladislas Derr walked the streets of Dublin, recording the journey with an eccentric video harness strapped to his shoulders. Along the way he recited and recorded memories of Dublin residents associated with the shoes and paths he was retracing. The resultant split-screen video and sound recording is projected on the floor at the Centre for Creative Practices. A huge thanks to Robert for all his work. http://papervisualart.com/?p=8128

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