“We are the memory-keepers, we are the storytellers”

Scéalta Ealaíne

panel discussion during Republic - a group exhibition at the Olivier Cornet Gallery, Dublin

I don’t know what it is about public speaking but I was worried about it all day. Of course, I shouldn’t have.  Once we got into it, and the various panelists started expounding and expanding on their views, I settled in and found it stimulating and quite moving. You should’ve been there.

It was chaired by Marcus Howard, the independent film-maker, and the other speakers were artists Pamela de Brí, Claire Halpin and Kelly Ratchford, and the curators of “Republic”, Olivier Cornet and myself.

Marcus Howard has spent this year capturing on film the stories of relatives of those who were involved in the Easter Rising of 1916. Believe it or not he has recently completed his 76th short film on the subject. (Check out his Youtube channel: Easter Rising Stories).

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