Belonging | Cruinniú na nÓg

Family Events

  • 10 Jun
  • 2:30pm - 6pm
  • All Welcome
  • Free

Artist Morag Myerscough alongside artists Ella Bertillsson, Alicia Raye, and Ala Buisir, are running a series of workshops exploring the idea of 'Belonging' with groups of young people who have experienced displacement and marginalisation. Together, they will create a series of brightly coloured panels displaying individual responses to the theme of Belonging.

Their work will be shown on Cruinniú na nÓg at Rua Red where you are invited to join in a drop-in workshop, from 2.30pm to 6pm, led by Morag Myerscough. Make sure you RSVP!

These workshops are the beginning of a large-scale artwork that will be built together with our community throughout the year. Join us on June 10th and be part of this exciting and iconic installation from the very beginning through to its realisation in Rua Red Gallery.

Supported by the Creative Ireland Programme South Dublin.

Image: Hadrian's Wall Community X Morag Myerscough, 2022. Photographer Chris Ison. 'The Future Belongs to What Was As Much As What Is' — North Gate, Hadrians Wall, Houseteads, Northumberland. 1900 year Anniversary of Hadrian’s Wall. Commissioned by English Heritage.