2 Jul 2010 Intersection - Cuig Artists
about Cuig Artists
Adi Roche and Prof Geraldine McCarthy
Adi Roche known for her humanitarian work with Chernobyl Children’s Project International and Prof Geraldine McCarthy the Acting Head of College of Medicine & Health at UCC open the launch
Stephen Murray, Artist
Stephen Murray standing before his artwork
Adi Roche, Franky Burton, Artist Angela Burchill,
The resounding message delivered over by these works is that, given an integrated and inclusive environment, based on the principle of multiple intelligences, learning and excellence can be achieved irrespective of disability
Adi Roche with UCC President, Dr Michael Murphy and Prof Helen Whelton.
UCC President Michael Murphy welcomes Adi Roche to the Jennings Gallery supported by Prof Helen Whelton
Laura Wade of Mayfield Arts Centre with Brid Heffernan, Artist
Mayfield Commumity Arts Centre is committed to these principles, providing accessible integrated community arts projects with a focus on participation, training and employment.
Adi Roche & Michael Hanna, Chair of Jennings Gallery Committee
The launch was well attended with very inspiring speech from Adi Roche.
Adi Roche with Jessica Carson of Mayfield Arts Centre
The Cúig project shows how people with disabilities can make a real difference in their community and can contribute to the cultural development of our city.