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The IMMA Collection is a unique resource which is made available to the public through a vibrant programme of temporary exhibitions and projects. Collection Exhibitions may explore the work of an individual artist, or address a theme or historic period.

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Join us at The People’s Pavilion as Outlandish Theatre Platform launch film portraits of five inspiring women who have made extraordinary contributions to radical social change and gender equality.

In a series of film portraits made with filmmaker Jeda de Brí and Outlandish Theatre Platform, each WoW award winner introduces her work and vision in a location of importance.

A nationwide call for the WoW Awards led to over fifty nominations of women who are fighters for gender equality and social justice. The WoW awardees 2020 are Caoimhe Butterly, Catherine Joyce, Éadaoin Kelly, Marie Mulholland and Mavis Ramazani.

Women on Women is co-funded by the Creative Europe of the European Union. WoW Ireland is also kindly supported by the Arts Council, Dublin City Arts Office and Dublin UNESCO City of Literature.

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Women on Women | WoW

Outlandish Theatre are a partner on Creative Europe small co-operations project Women on Women, with lead partner City of Women (Ljubljana), VoxFeminae (Zagreb) and Tiiiit!Inc. (Skopje)

WoW is a project by women on women – it addresses issues of gender equality in a diverse and multicultural Europe, through a historical and contemporary perspec-tive. We are partnering with cultural organisations that have a track record of ad-dressing gender equality and human rights within our cultural aims. OT Platform brings to the project their long-term experience working with diverse communities and audiences through participatory, socially-engaged and inclusive arts practices.

To date the Dublin activities have offered multiple intersectional and inter-community opportunities for the creation of art and the discussion of the (re)presentation of women in our public sphere and on stages including a one off performance as part of WoW Stories Love and Charity with twenty diverse perform-ers, and ongoing workshops with WoW Group, a diverse inter-cultural group of eight women from the Robert Emmet CDP migrant programme and other women living in the Dublin 8 area.


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