Willie Doherty: Drop-in Hands-on Art Room: For Willie Doherty: Loose Ends

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Abstract

A curated interpretative and hands-on installation to contextualise and interpret the artwork LOOSE ENDS by video artist Willie Doherty. The exhibition included written display boards, curated films and historic images relating the THE ASGARD boat and the 1916 Easter Rising. The RCC has created a hands-on art-room where families and children can find out more about the Loose Ends exhibition by Willie Doherty and about the 1916 Rising, and can make their own artworks inspired by the show. There are a whole series of interesting activities from unloading guns from the Asgard to climbing through an escape tunnell from the GPO to Moore Street.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 10 Jul 2016

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