ANAM déantúsán: an installation of new work and old artefacts in a curated setting by Peter Sheehan Studio.
Through artefact the line between the stories, values & insights of our past and of our future is drawn.
There is a Maori proverb “Ka mua, ka muri,” encouraging us to walk backwards into the future, learning from the past.
Artefacts, chairs and setting from ANAM 2023 – Out of Place by Peter Sheehan Studio and from Killruddery Estate.
- No advanced booking required
- Not suitable for children
- 13th, 14th, 15th November – 10am to 5pm
- 16th November – 10am to 9pm
Design & Crafts Council Ireland presents Illuminations: Selected works of Holger Strøm and Cartoon Saloon
17.11.2023 to 02.03.2024
What's Happening On Day One?
Inclusivity by its very nature challenges norms and boundaries. It also asks us to broaden our minds and adapt to the unusual. Considering the crises we are facing in the next few decades, that is a skill set we are going to need more than ever.
DCCI Head of Design | Programme Director