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Nano Nagle Place, 1. Safety.Sanctuary.Set of Web.(6)

Nano Nagle Place: Poetry Live-Research Installation Spoken Word Performance with Alexander Edgar Live-Sound Installation by Maria Minguella & Planting Celebration Procession Performance  with Comfrey: Marieke Bosman, Maria Minguella, Alexander Edgar

Kino, First Fortnight, 1ST SET SAFETY.SANCTUARY.SET OF WEB. performance

For Arts of Mental Heath Festival: poems and sounds video storytelling with movement Bramley apple tree seed planting performance collecting views on safety the public given the apple tree cuttings including some coming from ‘the mother’ of Bramley tree, 200 years old – kindly donated … Continue readingKino, First Fortnight, 1ST SET SAFETY.SANCTUARY.SET OF WEB. performance

Fitzgerald Park Cork, 1st set Safety.Sanctuary.Set of Web. (4)

I am so grateful that 1.Safety.Sanctuary.Set of Web. set was continued in Fitzgerald Park, Cork City . Thank you: Carol Ann Connolly for ‘The Water Glossary’, Jan Koerner for the wood elements, Helena Palmer for movement, Hearfelt Connections for taking platform to interpret the theme through colour, GIllian … Continue readingFitzgerald Park Cork, 1st set Safety.Sanctuary.Set of Web. (4)

Publication: ‘Sounds of Silence: Sound in The Artist and Sunset Boulevard‘ in Cinematic Narratives. Transatlantic Perspectives.

PUBLICATION:  ‘Sounds of Silence: Sound in The Artist and Sunset Boulevard‘ Maria Wojdylo (2018) ‘Sounds of Silence: Sound in The Artist and Sunset Boulevard’ In de Morris Beja, Suzana Ramos, Cecilia Beecher Martins, José Duarte, and Ellen Carol Jones (eds.) Cinematic Narratives. Transatlantic Perspectives. Edições Humus.   ‘Cinematic Narratives: Transatlantic Perspectives not only explores the influences of … Continue readingPublication: ‘Sounds of Silence: Sound in The Artist and Sunset Boulevard‘ in Cinematic Narratives. Transatlantic Perspectives.

‘Ireland’ poem by Maria Wojdylo Kelly read by James Francis Kelly, Home by the Lee, Cork World Book Fest (Cork City Libraries)

[Photo by Silvio Severino] The Cork World Book Fest hosts an event to give voice to the experiences of foreign people who chose Cork as their home. Poetry, prose and visual art will be used to show Cork  from the personal perspective of  the international … Continue reading‘Ireland’ poem by Maria Wojdylo Kelly read by James Francis Kelly, Home by the Lee, Cork World Book Fest (Cork City Libraries)