Lisa Fingleton and farmers will share their experiences of the new creative climate action project taking place on the Dingle Peninsula.
This free event as part of Féile na Bealtaine will take place in Dingle Mart from 12.00-1.00 on Friday 29th April and will be followed by a light lunch in the mart canteen.
Lisa, the Embedded Artist with Corca Dhuibhne Inbhuanaithe, will share some of her creative responses as part of this project. This is also a unique opportunity to hear the voices and experiences of participating farmers on the Peninsula in relation to climate change and the impact of extreme weather events. Corca Dhuibhne Inbhuanaithe/A Creative Imagining is one of 15 projects supported under the inaugural Creative Ireland Climate Action Fund.
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Lisa Fingleton is an eco-social artist, writer and organic farmer. Living and working on a small organic, social farm near the sea, she has spent many years cultivating deep-rooted connections between art, food and farming. As a socially engaged professional artist, Lisa brings almost 20 years’ experience of creating work, installing exhibitions, editing films, engaging with communities/audiences and delivering public art projects. Lisa received an MA in documentary film at Goldsmiths College, London in 2015. She is also a Fine Art graduate from NCAD. Last year they planted 10,000 native trees on their land
Saor in aisce/Admission is Free