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Exhibition to Mark International Women’s Day


An exhibition will be held in Raggle Taggle Art Gallery on Sarsfield Street from Monday the 4th to Saturday the 9th of March to celebrate the work of women on the Breaking the Silence Project in ADAPT Domestic Abuse Services and to celebrate International Women’s Day.

 

Exhibition to Mark International Women’s Day

The exhibition, titled Reclaimed, has been organised by women on the Breaking the Silence Project as part of their creative art classes. It will show case art created by the women during these classes and by women on the Breaking the Silence Project over a number of years.


The Breaking the Silence Project is a community employment scheme run by ADAPT for women who have experienced domestic abuse. 1 in 5 women in Ireland will experience domestic abuse at some point in their lifetime and despite it’s prevalence it remains a relatively hidden issue.
 

The aim of this Exhibition is to create public awareness and to help break the silence on domestic abuse against women.
 

Come and see some of the wonderful art created by women on this project over the past number of years and celebrate their achievements.
 

The exhibition will run from Monday 4th to Saturday 9th March 12pm to 5pm in Raggle Taggle Gallery, Sarsfield Street, Limerick.
 

There will be a closing ceremony on Friday 8th of March at 8pm to celebrate International Women’s Day. Everyone is welcome and entry is free.
 

Be part of the solution and help to break the silence on domestic abuse.