Tuesday 27 November 2018 | 6:30pm - 7pm
Location | Robert Graves Post Grad, Centre for Learning and Development in Tallaght University Hospital
Register your attendance by emailing Fiona Dowling at southdublinworksongs@gmail.com by Sunday 25 November

Visual artist Fiona Dowling and composer George Higgs invite you to the fourth in the series of performances as part of their public art project Work Songs. The Hospital Worker’s Song is a collaboration with Tallaght University Hospital Choir (TUH Choir) and The National Centre for Arts and Health.

This fourth work song composed by George Higgs will be directed by Michael Fay and sung by the TUH Choir, which is made up of hospital staff from many areas including nursing staff, radiography, lab staff, mental health services, arts, reception, administrators and retired staff members. The Hospital Worker’s Song was directly inspired by interviews and conversations between Fiona Dowling and the choir members. After the performance, the artists, singers, project curators and all involved in the project will be available for a Questions and Answers session.

Work Songs is commissioned under IN CONTEXT 4 - IN OUR TIME, South Dublin County Council’s Public Art Programme for 2016-2019 under the Per Cent for Art Scheme.

Directions to the performance

The performance will take place in the Robert Graves Post Grad Room, Centre for Learning and Development in Tallaght University Hospital. When you drive through the main hospital gates take the first left and left again, we will arrange for the security barrier to be lifted. Drive all the way around the back of the hospital until you see the entrance of the Centre for Learning and Development, which is the final building on your right. Park anywhere along the left hand side of this roadway and come in through the revolving doors of the Centre for Learning and Development. There will be signs up in reception directing you to the Robert Graves Post Grad Room.

Check www.incontext4.ie for details of future Work Songs as they are announced, or email southdublinworksongs@gmail.com to receive updates.

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