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|Tue 10 Oct - Sat 14 Oct|
FREE as part of Well Festival of Arts and Wellbeing
1000 Meanings- Shot in Limbo
Direct Provision is the current system of accommodating asylum seekers in Ireland, which was introduced in 2000 as a temporary measure. Many asylum seekers spend years in the Direct Provision system and are not allowed to work, cook for themselves, access social housing or third level education.
1000 Meanings- Shot in Limbo is a pop-up exhibition by asylum seekers, living in Waterford's four Direct Provision Centres, who collaborated with art therapist Philip Cullen to learn basic photography skills and develop a series of photographs which explore their lives in limbo.
Full Well Festival programme here
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