Join us at IMMA to visit a group exhibition of emerging Irish and international artists addressing some of the broader concerns of Generation Y (often termed Millennials, or those born during the 1980s and early 1990s). From political points of departure such as borders, housing, and the environment; to the personal such as mental health, hook-up culture, gender identity and the precarious nature of their portfolio lives. These issues are pressing but have no simple solutions.
Dublin City Council Culture Company’s Culture Club is an exhibition tour by a guide, followed by complimentary tea, coffee and chats. Each Culture Club is FREE, open to all, and lasts approx 2 hours. To join us simply book your place at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Cover image courtesy: IMMA)
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