Free workshop series with Nasrin Golden
Join us for our workshop series with visual artist Nasrin Golden.
Mother Tongues and Rua Red are offering a series of free art workshops where groups and individuals can meet up, view the exhibitions and discuss the themes within the work. The workshops will explore how art can give us a better understanding of ourselves and the world we live in and will explore the themes within Amanda Coogan’s current exhibition, ‘They Come Then, The Birds’ at Rua Red. This is an open invitation to all. South Dublin is home to over 93 different nationalities and is a place where 60 named languages are spoken. We would love if people from different places in the world would join us as we want to hear what you think about the exhibition. Rua Red is a creative, safe and neutral environment.
The workshop series will last 6 weeks, beginning on August 4th at 11am pending government restrictions. The workshop space is situated on the ground floor of Rua Red, with open access to a garden allowing for greater air circulation. All materials provided.
To avail of a free place on this workshop, please get in touch at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet the artist
Nasrin Golden is an Iranian/Irish Visual Artist who attempts to convey the healing and reconciliation of conflict inherent to the human condition. As a migrant living in Ireland since 2012, her work transcends cultural barriers as she aims to convey the commonalities underlying shared lived experiences. Through different mediums (photography, painting, video art) Nasrin’s work frequently contrasts opposites through variations of light and colour. She frequently explores women’s issues, especially repressed femininity, notions of self and its manifestations. Nasrin was awarded Summer School residency with ‘Create’ in Ireland, June 2019. She is invited to participate in the Women Artists 2nd International Biennial of Macau 2020. Her work has been presented in solo and group exhibitions around the world including Tehran, Kuala Lumpur, Dublin, Vancouver and Macau. She holds an M.A. in Visual Arts and a B.A. in Photography.