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26 February - 2 May 2021
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AT HOME ON THE FARM, Mary Burke

image: Ryan Farm, oil pastel on canvas, 120 x 150cm 

AT HOME ON THE FARM by MARY BURKE

online programme of events:  https://www.limerickgallerypages.com

 

*Meet the Artist - Mary Burke In Conversation with Manchán Magan & Dr. Niamh Nic Ghabhann   https://youtu.be/qCVcgEC2JTc  

 

 

*WALKS: John Logan presents a saunter through Limerick marketplace histories, accompanied by soundscapes created by artist Miriam

  Lohan  https://www.limerickgallerypages.com/walks 

 

TALKS: 

*In ‘Talking Velvet’ , we celebrate  AT HOME ON THE FARM through inviting a number of poets to ‘talk velvet’ to us. Each of the poets will read and share poems that resonate with the theme of farming and farm lives where a deep reverence is held for the land.  The poets however also allude to the conflicted emotions and challenge the romanticisation of farming life.   Given the times in which we all live, poetry’s mandate to measure the rhythms of the year has become a valuable form of witness. These too are here, the rhythms and cadences of farming life reflected in the work of these six poets. 

Featuring Jane Clarke, Mary Coll, Martina Evans, Tom French, Catherine Phil MacCarthy, Máighréad Medbh

You can watch each video on the LCGA Youtube Channel by clicking the links below

​Jane Clarke: https://youtu.be/Xg47cxb5WWE

Mary Coll: https://youtu.be/tI2I8aEzsEQ

Martina Evans: https://youtu.be/ZzlFa9HTtj0

Tom French: https://youtu.be/0weMKBX5esE

Catherine Phil MacCarthy: https://youtu.be/lmZ2ZitpvXg

Máighréad Medbh: https://youtu.be/EYNE7pK4MZk

 

*IWD (International Women’s Day) 2021: #ChoosetoChallenge, Artist Women Farmers Webinar 3pm March 8th 2021. 

Booking required further information available on  https://forms.gle/W7wyw8yBGCWU5Wzp9 

 

*Full & Plenty - Farming & The Future, panel discussion at 3pm on 13 April 2021.  

Full and Plenty is an opportunity for  a conversation about the future of  farming, food production, its impact on climate and indeed, climate change’s impact on farming.   In economic terms, is it possible to imagine a time when the world will produce  ‘enough’ food to feed its burgeoning population?   As we struggle to bring the global pandemic under control, is it possible for us to imagine a fairer and more equitable food future? You are invited into this broad conversation about farming and its potential to be the solution to the social and environmental failure which we are witnessing.

Featuring speakers Professor Mary Corcoran, Dr Edel Kelly, Dr Monica Gorman & Dr Stephen Kinsella.

https://www.limerickgallerypages.com/talks 

 

For further information  https://www.limerickgallerypages.com   or email artgallery@limerick.ie

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