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FRIDAY 26th NOVEMBER 2010 @ SHE-D - DIVERCITY : TREE OF LIFE NIGHT
SHE-D
24 Nov 10 23:35 GMT

SHE-D
43 Gardiner Lane D1
(rear of HILL 16 pub on Gardiner st or BUS PARKING on Mountjoy Sq)
Donations(*): 8,00 Euro @ SHE-D
DOORS @ 07:00 pm

TREE OF LIFE NIGHT by FERNANDA RUBIO
VEGAN DINNER
JAM SESSION

ALL EVENTS ARE VIDEO AND SOUND RECORDED, as part of the CULTURAL ARCHIVE policy and participants agree to for their image to appear in SHE-D archives and publications. Soon some of the outlets of the four years activity, from the three experienced spaces, will be available, together with the new website. You will be able to enjoy then the past experiences, even if you missed them.
Participants and artists agree to leave a copy of each sound/photo/video recorded material produced by them for the same scope.

INFO

TREE OF LIFE WORKSHOP by FERNANDA RUBIO:
...after living in Dublin for 8 years i am finishing my life cycle here and building my own life size tree made out of paper mache of memories, interactions, stories and experiences of life in Ireland to be decorated with friends during the evening...

ARTY-FUN-CREATIVE-REFLECTION-COLLABORATIVE-THERAPEUTIC-WORKSHOP:
...people are asked to come along and help decorate the tree with our memories together, stories and experiences or even their vision for the future of life in Dublin bringing and using objects, sticking images or writing, making a collage, painting, anything media of your own imagination to be exhibited and appreciated all together during the night as a retrospective celebration...

DIVERCITY
IS A NON-PROFIT PROJECT THAT CELEBRATES DIVERSITY AND AIMS
TO PROMOTE CULTURAL AND SOCIAL CONCLUSION, ORGANIZING EVENTS WITH
DIVERSE GROUPS, COMMUNITIES, CREATING A FUSION.

SHE-D
is a private workspace/Cultural Documentation Centre run by NAUTILUS COLLECTIVE aimed at experimentation in creative and participative ways to socialize and communicate through the arts focused in the Inner City area of Dublin.
To enter you need to be participants in its projects. Participation is encouraged in a variety of ways from providing feedback to and asking questions of the artists

(*) Donation means that you are expected to donate the mentioned amount as you may be the only active supporter of the space raw costs. If you like to donate something more you are welcome, if you are in great difficulty, you will be allowed to enter even from less.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2010/nov/22/dublin-arts-scene-recession