ALLY, COMRADE & ACCOMPLICE
Workshop & Discussion
Facilitated by Alber Saborío & Dónal Holland
Limited to 25 participants*
How do we imagine ourselves in relation to others in the struggle for a better world? Are we allies or accomplices or comrades or something else? Do we share temporary strategic affinities or long-term commitments? How do we balance universal demands with a recognition of differing needs and levels of privilege?
From safety pins to show trials, debates about the meaning of solidarity have long been a feature of radical struggle. This workshop invites participants to think through these topics together. Activities and prompts will be used to structure the discussion, interspersed with short presentations. No specialist knowledge is required for participation; the workshop will mostly consist of informal chatting.
Monday 17th Feb 2020
7pm – 10pm
Tea, Coffee and snacks will be available.
This event is free but booking is required.
Places are limited to 25 persons.
This event is free, however if you earn a living wage or above, we would ask you to purchase a ticket to help us cover the wages of cultural workers on our programme. Ireland’s Living Wage for 2019 was €12.30 per hour or a yearly salary equivalent of approx €25.2K.
A4 Sounds Studios has a small step at the entrance of the building.
This event will take place in our gallery which is wheelchair accessible.
The gallery is approx 5m walk from the front door.
Chairs will be provided for the duration of the workshop. Some (optional) activities may involve moving around the room. There won’t be any loud noises or flashing lights. We will have small stools, small number of cushions, and benches. There is also canteen seating, softer chairs available. If you require more comfortable seating please let us know and we can let you know what additional options we have available.
There is a garden with benches and stools adjacent to the gallery for breaks if needed.
Our bathrooms are gender neutral
Our bathrooms are not wheelchair accessible. They are located on the first floor via a flight of stairs (approx 22 steps) so may also be inaccessible for people with movement impairments.