This special event is a collaboration between FACT and Static in Liverpool and Dublin based organisations Graduate School of Create Arts and Media (GradCAM), The LAB Gallery, Create (Ireland), Temple Bar Gallery & Studios and Art in the Contemporary World (NCAD).
Taking our cue from the theme of hospitality, this event will explore ideas of the host, guest and our role as public. Under the title "break bread open" artists, writers and educators from the Food Thing, a collaborative art project based in GradCAM will serve a buffet to include "All Fingers and Tongues: Hosting the Divine" with Charlie Gere & MOUTH (Edia Connole and Scott Wilson); a special screening introducing new work by Jesse Jones, discussions led by writer Declan Long and writer/curator Dr. Paul O'Neill and more.
Tickets are free but booking is required. Book your ticket at eventbrite.
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