Voices from the Field with Lisa Fingleton
Friday / Dé hAoine
Lisa Fingleton, the Embedded Artist with Corca Dhuibhne Inbhuanaithe, will share some of her creative responses as part of this project taking place on the Dingle Peninsula. This is a unique opportunity to hear the voices and experiences of participating farmers on the Peninsula in relation to climate change and the impact of extreme weather events. Corca Dhuibhne Inbhuanaithe, A Creative Imagining is one of 15 projects supported under the inaugural Creative Ireland Climate Action Fund.
Caint iontach do aon duine le suim i timpeallacht na háite. Lón san aireamh!
Is Dingle Creativity & Innovation Hub le MaREI agus an Green Arts Initiative in Ireland atá ag stiúir an tionscnamh Corca Dhuibhne Inbhuanaithe.
Lisa Fingleton is an eco-social artist, writer and organic farmer. Living and working on a small organic, social farm near the sea, she has spent many years cultivating deep-rooted connections between art, food and farming. As a socially engaged professional artist, Lisa brings almost 20 years’ experience of creating work, installing exhibitions, editing films, engaging with communities/audiences and delivering public art projects. Lisa received an MA in documentary film at Goldsmiths College, London in 2015. She is also a Fine Art graduate from NCAD. Last year they planted 10,000 native trees on their land.
This event will be followed by a light lunch in the mart canteen.
Saor in aisce/Admission is Free