Melt the Walls at Mother Tongues – French

LANGUAGE French
AGE all
WHEN Sunday 3 March, 2 pm
WHERE Rua Red
DURATION 
2 hours
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Melt the Walls at Mother Tongues

Rejoins la Fondation Irlandaise d’architecture pour « Fondre les murs » explore le design et l’architecture de Tallaght à travers un atelier proposé en Bulgare, Français, Portugais et Espagnol !
Regarde Tallaght aujourd’hui et imagine ce que cette ville pourrait devenir dans le futur à travers la photographie, la cartographie, et des discussions. Cet atelier est accessible aux enfants, familles et adultes de toutes âges.

Fondre les Murs est un projet qui a pour objectif de mieux connecter les espaces publics civique et culturels de Tallaght. – Rua Red, le Theater, County Hall et County Library – avec leurs voisins proches en utilisant ces bâtiments. Nous voulons des activités qui se répandent sur les espaces extérieurs, faisant fondre les murs entre les bâtiments connectant les gens entre eux autour de la culture et la vie civique de Tallaght.

Join the Irish Architecture Foundation for ‘Melt the Walls’ workshops exploring design and architecture in Tallaght through Bulgarian, French, Portuguese and Spanish! Take a look at Tallaght as it is now and imagine how it could be in the future through photography, mapping, making and discussion. Workshops for children, families and adults of all ages.

Melt the Walls is a project looking to better connect Tallaght’s cultural and civic spaces — Rua Red, Civic Theatre, County Hall and County Library — with their immediate neighbours, using public space to do so. We want activity to spill out into outdoor space, melting the walls between the buildings and connecting people in Tallaght to culture, to civic life and to each other.

Irish Architecture Foundation

The Irish Architecture Foundation is an independent organisation dedicated to the promotion of architecture as culture. We encourage people to engage with their built environment, to inspire new ways of thinking about architecture through workshops, learning programmes, events, exhibitions and projects which put communities at the centre of the design of their local environments.