VENUE/Áit: Lower Goat Street

DATE/Dáta: 27th April – 1st May – open daily

OPENING/OSCAILT: 28th April 20.00pm

Free Entry

The world’s most durable substance is, inexplicably, used for disposable take-aways.
As we continue to choose convenience over conscience, toxic plastic debris is choking Ireland’s seabirds, mammals, beaches and food chain. To highlight nature’s vulnerability to the world’s most widely-used material, campaigners for a plastic-free Dingle from Transition Corca Dhuibhne will pose in a series of photographs by Siobhán de Paor and Jind?ich Stan?k.
An exhibition of photography, installation and video, featuring a new documentary on plastic pollution shot on the Kerry coastline by Vincent Hyland.
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