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West Kerry Film Launch

West Kerry Film Launch

Entitled ‘Corca Dhuibhne Inbhuanaithe’, the project saw ten farming families from the Dingle Peninsula work together with an ‘embedded’ artist to creatively explore ways in which farmers in the area can diversify and make their farming practices more sustainable. A series of short films that recount the experiences and thoughts of the participating farmers were premiered at the event.

Jointly organised by Dingle Hub, the Green Arts Initiative in Ireland, and the SFI Research Centre for Energy, Climate and the Marine (MaREI), the project commenced in December 2021 and received funding under the Government’s inaugural Creative Climate Action Fund.

For further information, visit: dinglepeninsula2030.com/projects/creativeclimateactionproject

Pictured at an event at the Blasket Centre in Dún Chaoin, Co Kerry to mark the end of a year-long creative climate action film project were : Film makers Chris Garrett, Lisa Fingleton, Clint Fitzgerald 
 Pictured at an event at the Blasket Centre in Dún Chaoin, Co Kerry to mark the end of a year-long creative climate action film project were : Dingle Hub Team: Kneeling at front, Dinny Galvin, Aodán O’Connell, Standing: Catríona Fallon, Hazel Blennerhassett, Bernard O’Sullivan, Tommy Reidy, James Greaney, Deirdre de Bhailis, Nadine Schindler, Lisa Fingleton 

 

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 Pictured at an event at the Blasket Centre in Dún Chaoin, Co Kerry to mark the end of a year-long creative climate action film project were : Group shot, farming participants of Corca Dhuibhne Inbhuanaithe. Front Row seated: Lís O’Chíobháin, Sandra O’Dowd, Teresa Kelliher, Nora Greaney, Eibhlín O’Chíobháin, Jackie Bowler, Karen Fitzgerald, Catríona Fallon (standing) Second Row Standing: Lisa Fingleton, Michael O’Dowd, Sharon O’Sullivan, Joe Kelliher, Gabrielle Kennedy, Sean Kennedy, Thomas Greaney, Aidan O’Connor, Padraig O’Dowd, John Joe Fitzgerald 

 

 

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