SECAD Closing Exhibition 20th June 2013

Community groups have been working in 22 historic graveyards across south and east Cork since February (adding to the previous works done in Aghada). Together we have worked in snow, sunshine and rain. Work has just begun really but a lot has been achieved already. Next Thursday 20th June an exhibition of work to date will be held in Tracton Community and Arts Centre. This will be an informal and friendly event, sharing experiences, meeting one another and telling stories of people, place and time. 

The closing exhibition is not about getting everything done for Thursday. Keep going with current work but come along Thursday night to meet your fellow participants.

Exhibition Tasks

Teams are asked to forward some or all of the following items by Wednesday morning at the latest.

1. Team photograph and names of team members – email to john@eachtra.ie 
2. Rubbings of  headstones (no more than 2 per graveyard) – either drop into Grace in SECAD Midleton or bring them on the night.
3. 2 very short stories per graveyard attached to individual headstones (include grave memorial identifier) – email JT
 
Please email john@eachtra.ie the above items by 18 June

The exhibition will open at 7.30 and will include photographs, rubbings and stories from each of the graveyards surveyed. It is a fantastic opportunity for anyone who is interested to come along and find out more about the hidden history of our area.  This exhibition is open to all. We hope to see you there. For further information, contact Grace Fox in SECAD on 021 4613432 gfox@secad.ie

The training has been done in support of an Ireland XO project and in collaboration with Cork County Council It is a community-led inititative supported by SECAD and Rural Development Funds.

 

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