DescriptionSt. Mary's Church Arts Project. Project partner Michael Moore.
This is a year long Civic Engagement Project between Ulster University (Michael Moore) and St. Mary's Church of Ireland, Church in Crumlin, Dublin. This project has been funded by on of the Dublin City Council's (Arts Office) Neighbourhood grants. St. Mary's Church was made from the last batch of bricks made from the Dolphins Barn Brickyard in Dublin, before it closed. The Church was built in 1944. This project seeks to celebrate the connection between the Church and the community, through clay. By collecting memoirs, recollections, newspaper clippings, archives and letters connected to the Church, the community and Michael Moore will create as series of ceramic panels, celebrating the community and the material that is the very fabric of the building. The project was launched by Dublin City Council Historian in Residence Cathy Scuffil on Thursday March 9th 2023, with a public lecture, by Cathy Scuffil, titled ' The Story of Dolphins Barn Brick', with over 60 members of the public in attandence.
|Period||9 Mar 2023 → 30 Dec 2023|
|Location||Dublin, IraqShow on map|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
- Civic engagement
Documents & Links
- St. Mary's Arts Project with Michael Moore, Ulster University, March 2023. Screen Grabs.
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- Cathy Scuffil Lecture 1
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- Cathy Scuffil Lecture 2
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