MA in Geography - National University of Ireland Maynooth

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The Icon Factory & The Icon Walk were officially invited to be one of the partners in new MA in Geography by National University of Ireland Maynooth . Aga Szot, as a representative of the Icon Project attended the launch of the new MA program and were included in a discussion panel with other partners about public geographies and public engagement practice. We are very proud to be included and explore with Maynooth University our collaboration to City Culture and to be invited to support this new MA in Geography. Discussion panel was divided in two groups Local/Global Solidarities and Art and Geography. Here is a list of partners and so proud to be in that group. Thank you Karen Till and Gerry Kearns for including us in this project. Action from Ireland (Afri): Ballyhea Not Our Debt Campaign Burrenbeo Trust (Kinvara): Butoh Moving Bodies Dance Festival: Butler Gallery (Kilkenny): CIOTÓG Dance Ensemble Dublin: Cloughjordan Ecovillage (Tipperary): Community Solidary Group, Right2Water: culturstruction: Debt and Development Coalition: Dublin Biennial: Dolphin House Regeneration Project: TheEmergencyRoom: Experimental Film Club (Dublin): Firkin Crane (Cork): Icon Factory (Dublin): Irish Museum of Modern Art: Irish Heritage Council Small Walled Towns Network: Kildare County Council Arts Service: Office of Public Works Ireland (Oifig na nOibreacha Poiblí): Playtime: Project Arts Centre: Services Industrial Professional and Technical Union (SIPTU), National and Community Campaigns, and Research Division: Shell to Sea (Mayo): St. Anthony’s Park Community Development Initiative (Cork) (working with the Traveller Visibility Group & Cork Traveller Women`s Network) TransColonia: Trocaire: (Maynooth; advocacy and campaigns): Workhouse Assembly (Callan):

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