Crane Visual Exhibition
Crane Visual Exhibition

Anois Residency + Events

Presented by
Crane Visual

19/03/2024 - 31/05/2024

Musgrave Theatre

Free event, all welcome

Firkin Crane Theatre, Cork: Anois Residency + Events

Crane Visual's latest exhibition.

We are thrilled to welcome Anois to Dance Cork Firkin Crane from March to May 2024 as part of a residency hosted by Crane Visual, a visual arts and interdisciplinary social space curated and managed by Dermot Browne.

As part of their time here, Anois will host a number of public events, starting with an exhibition & residency, and a workshop. Find out more below.

Exhibition & Residency:
March - May 2024
Opening Night: Thursday 21 March from 6-8pm

Multi-award-winning transdisciplinary duo Frank O’Connor and Jude Sherry returned to Ireland in 2018 with their agency anois which challenges unsustainable systems and cultural norms through policy, practice and protest. Global leaders in designing sustainable, circular systems and instigators of the grassroots phenomenon that is #DerelictIreland they are now delighted to bring their experimental, immersive approach to Crane Visual at Dance Cork Firkin Crane. Inspired by the concept of agora, and part of their #RestPlayWork series, draws on over 50 years’ combined experience to explores themes of the day and features an exhibition, performances, events, tours and more.
Join us on opening night for refreshments and to meet the artists. Free event, all welcome.

Workshop: A Meanwhile Use Agora (Cork City Ireland)
Wednesday 3 April from 2-5pm

Imagine a city that invites everyone to RestPlayWork where everyone has a home, place to play and create and access to just, meaningful work. This event explores the potential that Meanwhile Use brings to make RestPlayWork a reality. Focusing on empty buildings/sites in Cork City, this event explores how Meanwhile Use can enable a community and heritage led regeneration.

Join us at this 3 hour event to explore:

  • - lessons learned from “Meanwhile Use” in Europe
    - introductions to TICHE Circular Economy Academy
    - a guide through the ‘Leabe Te’ Canvas (modelling a hotbed of innovation)
    - walking and mapping activities
    - an exciting “Meanwhile Use” initiative

Entry is free and everyone is welcome however you need to register in advance via Eventbrite. Please click here to book.

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