Uncertain Futures

Outdoor projection in Meeting House Square
  Friday 28 June at 10pm

Michele Palazzi: detail of Gone With the Dust from Black Gold Hotel

Uncertain Futures is a projected exhibition showcasing recent work by emerging international  photographers which addresses the uncertainties faced by individuals, communities and countries worldwide. Uncertain Futures will be screened in Meeting House Square as part of the special event for the inagural Temple Bar Photography Summer School. It has been curated by SmallWorld (Maeve O’Neill, Dorje deBurgh and Lynn Rothwell) as an international response to the Uncertain State exhibition on show at Gallery of Photography 21st June – 11th August.

The screening will also present a preview of the upcoming PhotoIreland Festival and a review of the Belfast Photo Festival.

Friday June 28th, 10.00pm, Gallery of Photography, Meeting House Square.  Admission is free, all are welcome.

The Temple Bar Photography Summer School is a programme of talks, curated events and workshops on the theme “An Uncertain State”. Leading artists, critics and academics will explore the changing state of contemporary Ireland, focusing on the effects of the global financial crisis; changing demographics; contested histories and emerging social and political landscapes.

The Temple Bar Photography Summer School is an initiative of: The Gallery of Photography, Temple Bar Cultural Trust and Dublin City Council in partnership with Dublin Institute of Technology Photography Programme and The National Photographic Archive/The National Library of Ireland. Talks on 28 & 29 June are kindly hosted by Project Arts Centre.