Two Kerry artists, along with the Kilcummin community, will explore climate change through the media of writing, sound and photography, with the culmination of this process showcasing the transient nature and culture of our bogs, in a community exhibition. Lead by the Environmental Awareness Officer in Kerry County Council.
Project objectives are to:
The Final Pride in Our Peatlands event is on Saturday 14th October at 3pm in at the Kilcummin Rural Development Group office. This day will feature exhibits of the map of Kilcummin bog and the soundscape created throughout the previous events. Artwork and creative writing from students of each school visited will also be on display.
- Creatively engage with the community, learning about biodiversity, etc. and imagining a positive future for the peatlands
- Creation of and dissemination of a soundscape featuring ambient sound from Kilcummin bog, woven with the voices of the community looking to the past, present and future
- Visual artwork inspired by the bog, made by local school children and adults in workshops with the artists
- Sharing all of the above with the wider Kilcummin community (and beyond) in a final exhibition and celebration event
For further information on Saturday’s exhibition or on the project in general please contact Zoe on 085 108 6860 or Emer on 087 2241181.
Please note that the details of events listed above are provided by the relevant Local Authorities.