Limerick Culture and Arts Office is delighted to present The Autonomy Project comprising of professional artists and original youth performances to audiences in Limerick, beginning on Easter Monday 2nd April.
The five days of events from 2nd – 7th April comprises of performances of original works from Limerick’s finest youth groups and leading professional dance, visual and sound artists exploring our autonomy in society.
The two exciting performances are:
The Autonomy Project @ The Sailors Home This multi-genre installation performance presents original works by six leading artists: Visual Artist, Seamus Nolan (F**k IMMA), Performance, Artist Fergus Byrne (Future Histories), Performing Artist, Deirdre Murphy (Capitalism the Musical), Sound installation by Siobhan Kavanagh & Adam Gibney (Doom Opera & Synthesiser 7:(un)Certain), Dance Artist Lisa McLoughlin (Anima)
The Autonomy Project progresses Limerick Culture and Arts Office’s Youth Arts Strategy, by developing and strengthening partnerships between four youth groups partners, Limerick Youth Theatre, Dance Limerick, Music Generation Limerick City and GOSHH (Gender, Orientation, Sexual Health, HIV)
It supports the Limerick Cultural Strategy Framework 2016-2030 to engage citizens through involvement in culture.
The Autonomy Project from True Media on Vimeo.