An exhibition of drawings that presents the creativity of young asylum seekers, refugees and migrants will be launched at University College Cork on Thursday February 18th.
‘Art in Action’ will see the artworks of children from the Drishane Castle Direct Provision Centre in Cork be installed on the exterior of UCC’s historic Boole Library, in a powerful collaboration with the Glucksman Art Gallery. [Read more about the exhibition in today’s Echo]
The Art in Action exhibition, curated by @glucksman and @FailteSocUcc can now be viewed at Boole Library Quad Reading Room.
The outdoor exhibition is part of UCC Refugee Week (22/02 – 27/02) & features drawings made by children residing in the Millstreet DP Centre. #artinaction pic.twitter.com/ahvbfxoHWv
— UCC Library (@UCCLibrary) February 19, 2021
#ArtInAction was a 12-month creative project built on a collaboration between @FailteSocUcc & the @glucksman working with children who are residing in Drishane Castle Direct Provision Accommodation Centre in Millstreet.
— UCC Ireland (@UCC) February 25, 2021