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Closing event: The Wartime Art Archives

On Friday the 25th November 5-9pm the Centre for Creative Practices invites you to the finissage of the Wartime Art Archive continued exhibition. There will be a concert of Ukrainian music, a poetry reading and an artistic workshop on the night.

Kseniia Rusnak, at the opening of the exhibition The Wartime Art Archive continued November 2022

Friday 25th November in The Complex Gallery 5 pm: Artistic workshop Healing for Ukraine with the symbol of the YOD by Csilla Toldy, Hungarian poet and film-maker based in Northern Ireland

6 pm: Poetry reading by Csilla Toldy, Roger Hudson, poet accompanied by Breifne Holohan - electric guitar

7 p: Ukrainian music concert by the acclaimed Kseniia Rusnak, voice and bandura (traditional Ukrainian instrument).

The exhibition of the Wartime Art Archive continued runs until Sunday, 27 November 2022

Opening hours: 10 am – 5 pm, Sat, Sun 12 – 5

The aim of this project is to give a voice to artists and the art community who stand in solidarity with the people of Ukraine in the aftermath of the brutal invasion of Russia, as well as with people affected by wars and conflicts in other parts of the world. We hope to create a network of support, space for reflection and action in solidarity with those who need to know now that they are not alone.

The Wartime Art Archives continued is the 2022 edition of the New Voices of Ireland Series, run annually by the Centre for Creative Practices. This year’s programme explores artistic records and reactions to the horrific realities of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the war in Syria, the occupation of Palestine, and other forms of wars, including the sex war and the drugs war.



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