Long time we’ve been working / Tamall fada atá muid ag obair is a new exhibition and public programme organised in partnership with Cinenova, a volunteer-run organisation preserving and distributing the work of feminist film and video makers, and aemi, a Dublin-based initiative that supports and regularly exhibits moving image works by artists and experimental filmmakers.
The programme includes films from Cinenova’s project The Work We Share – newly digitised films from the Cinenova collection addressing representations of gender, race, sexuality, health and community – and contemporary works from Ireland and beyond that have a resonance or rhyme with the historical works. The exhibition and public programme will feature works by Jay Bernard, Renee Helena Browne, Jacqui Duckworth, L. Franklin Gilliam, Onyeka Igwe, Rene Matic, Adriana Monti, Francis O’Mahony, Alice Rekab, S. Pearl Sharp, Sistren Theatre Collective, and Soft Fiction Projects within an exhibition space designed by Christopher McMullan.
Dates: September 7th – November 11th
Venue: Project Arts Centre
Tickets: Free | Unticketed
Exhibition Opening: Thursday 7 Sept, 6-8pm. Sponsored by Febvre Wines. All welcome.
aemi is an Arts Council-funded organisation. For more information, visit here.
For further information about Cinenova, visit here.
Socially Distanced Opening Hours: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday | 10am – 11am
To join a socially distanced viewing of the exhibition, please e-mail [email protected] before 5:30pm the previous day to book your place. Visitor numbers will be limited. Visitors during this time are required to wear a face mask and there will be one member of staff present wearing a mask.