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Myra Jago | Passive House

Window to Eden are delighted to showcase Passive House by Dublin born Myra Jago at St.Monica’s CCIC in Edenmore.

Myra Jago is obsessed with the duality of most things. 181 more words

#not A Gallery

Mother's Day

thinking about mother’s today. mother’s living in a shelter enduring separation from their children. and all the separations of children and mothers through colonization, war and migration throughout time. 153 more words

Monday Art Group

Hearts and minds

There has been a fantastic growth in community and participatory art during the past 20 years, across the world. A practice that was once marginal – with the strengths and weaknesses that implies – is arguably now the most creative, energised and popular aspect of the non-commercial arts. 402 more words

A Restless Art

Photoforum London-Sao Paulo

Objective: To create a dialogue between photographers in London and Sao Paulo as part of the Sao Paulo Semana de Fotografia 2008. Working in collaboration with guest festival curators Cia de Foto the concept was to extend the reach of the festival and enrich the local debate by linking up with an established photographers’ discussion forum in London. 151 more words

Community Arts

Hackney Shoe-boxes.

Objective: Use the shapes, colours and features found in familiar local architecture to explore creative ideas about the built environment with children aged from 5 – 12 during 1/2 day workshops within local community play schemes. 96 more words



Objective: To create a community forum celebrating the possibilities posed by dormant ambitions. What might the things that one person decided to part with and another purchases on impulse tell us about changing ambitions? 50 more words


I LIVE @ Pet’s Corner

Objective: Animal portraits project with 16-18 year olds to raise awareness of educational charity threatened with closure within local community.

Participant Profile: 38, 16-18 year old students in first term of level 3, 2 year photography programme. 14 more words

14-19 Yrs