Multi-disciplinary cabaret-style performance inspired by the stories of artists standing up to Fascism during and after the Spanish Civil War and WWII, featuring exhilarating scenes of storytelling, poetry, film, music and dance intercut with reflection and discussion. The event features the launch online of the new Arts, Fascism and Democracy book.
Documentary Film Screening and Panel Discussion hosted by Smashing Times International Centre for the Arts and Equality in partnership with Travact, Tallaght Travellers Community Development Project, Kildare Traveller Action and Musicantia.
Eyes on Extractives Panel Discussion: As more and more of us want to take part in action on climate, what are the kinds of threats facing those human rights defenders already in the struggle to protect our environment? HRDs from home and around the world challenging the damage caused by extractive industries share their stories.
This event will create a platform for artists to speak about work and projects they are developing or are thinking of developing in the future. A chance to brainstorm, discuss and share ideas, this event highlights the strength and endurance of the arts community, and their extraordinary ability to persevere.