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An exhibition of art on the Tuam Babies story in UCC’s Aula Maxima from 19-23 of June. Catherine Corless whose research on the Mother and Baby home in Tuam led to the story’s being broken by journalist Alison O’Reilly will be opening the event in conversation with Jonathan Healy. The art works have been contributed both by artists and by members of the survivor community, and constitute an attempt to give expression to the voicelessness, loss and omertá at the heart of this story.
This exhibition has been made possible by the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures Research Cluster on Gender and Violence, and is the first exhibition of its kind at an Irish university.
Free - all welcome. Organised by Dr Rachel MagShamhrain, Dept. of German, UCC