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Architecture of Ritual and Loss

Time: Saturday, 13th April 2pm

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Architecture of ritual and loss walking/moving tour will explore the area around PP/S in Dublin 8. Socio-political and personal narratives of ritual and loss will be woven together along the tour as we examine the ways in which ritual becomes embedded in the ever changing landscape. Participants are encouraged to share their own stories.



Emily Waszak is a Donegal-based visual artist. With a background in industrial weaving, her textile, sculpture and installation work has been exhibited in Ireland and internationally, including most recently at IMMA as part of the RDS Visual Art Awards. Recent solo exhibitions include: Grief Weaving, Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny; Shadow and Fold, Arts Itoya, Japan; To Guide Shadows, Old Church Grangegorman, Dublin. Waszak is the recipient of the Arts Council's Visual Arts Bursary in 2020, 2022, 2023 and the Donegal County Council's Artist Bursary in 2022 and 2023. In 2022 Waszak was Artist in Residence at DCU. She was awarded the Artist in the Community Award in 2016 and 2021 from the Arts Council and Create. Waszak also received the Arts Council's Agility Award in 2021. She is a member of Praxis artist union.

@grief.weaving | @emily.waszak.art

Lar Hynes is a lifelong resident of the Liberties. He is involved in many community groups in the area and a passionate mental health advocate. Lar is coach and coordinator of G Force Street Force, a running and fitness club based in the local area.


ID: Nestled in a typical Dublin brick building in a wooden display case there is a shrine of the Virgin Mary wearing a white and blue robe/mantel.