The Liberties, D8

BABYBE FESTIVAL III ED. - Street Storytelling Exhibition

Sunday 6th of October 2019 - Oscar Square

A family friendly Performance accompanied by a Street Storytelling Exhibition.

A modern satiric Irish tale that explores the themes of “Culture Diversities” and "Mental Health" in an artistic, colorful and playful way through theatre, puppet show, storytelling, live illustration, music, dance and meditation. We built up our work inspired by "The Irish Fisherman", a tale written by Jorge Gonzalez and illustrated by Emiliya Tashchieva.

This tale is a sensitive reminder that wonderful things can happen by being curious, open-minded, and willing to leave our comfort zone. 

 

The "Irish Fisherman" was performed by a bunch of great artists:

- Irish Fisherman & Old Man - Grainne O'Carrol;

- the Snake - Helena O'Connor;

- the Bees - MyArt ballerinas leaded by Veronika SardiKo;

- the Pandas - our Audience coordinated by Sandra Villegas;

- the Cat Monk - Claudia Kunkel.

 

The Street Storytelling Exhibition, curated by Anna Rita Mele, displays the tale "The Irish Fisherman" tale.

 

HUMANS OF THE LIBERTIES - Street Photography Exhibition

Friday 20th of September 2019 - Newmarket Square

A local collection of hand picked portraits & stories from the genuine and multicultural community of the Liberties, at the heart of Dublin’s most iconic neighborhood. This photographic exhibition features 32 portraits of people living, working or breathing in The Liberties. The visitors get visually in touch with some Humans of The Liberties: a colourful  picturesque and authentic celebration of the diversity of our community. 

The exhibition is located in Newmarket Square. It's divided and shown in 4 months time. Each month 8 pictures of the collection are displayed in Newmarket Square. The day of the “swap” there is a small event in the square. All the protagonist displayed in the pics are invited in Newmarket square to talk about their experiences in the Liberties. Some of them are musicians, actors, visionaries, business managers, horse carter, market sellers, poets, migrants. On depending of their souls and professions a talk show with music, theatre, literature, dance it's offer to the audience. 

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