After a long negotiation process with Castlethorn Developments we have secured our chosen site where the proposed commercial district will be. The significance of this site, to us, as a place of coming together for a community while it is in its interim phase of development, lends itself to many potential interventions and possibilities.
We would really love to hear from any residents or groups who are interested in the project and would like to participate. There is a part for everyone to play in shaping this artwork.
Please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in the project we would love to hear from you.
Participants onboard so far:
Adamstown Educate together
Adamstown Community College
Construction workers onsite in Adamstown
April 19th 6th class, Adamstown Educate Together
The students of 6th class of Adamstown Educate Together school participated in a workshop involving mirrored perspex and the making of seed bombs.
March 29th Studio Visit
Today we had a lovely studio visit with Sheena Barrett, Larry Dooley, Aidan Maher, Sean O’Sullivan and Debbie Paul.
March 27 Studio Visit
Mary Corcoran, Sociologist and Professor at Maynooth University stopped by for a visit to The Central Field.
March 24th Coin Drop Event
The Central Field Project invited all residents of Adamstown to shape a new land artwork by artist duo Rhona Byrne and Yvonne McGuinness. On March 24th a freshly poured, underground path was ready to accept the coin drop.
March 21st Adamstown Construction Workers
Edward Leavy from Castlethorn Developers and the rest of his crew of Adamstown construction workers came to the site for a visit.
March 15th 6th class, Adamstown Educate Together
Engaged in a listening tour in silence, a grounding workshop and marking spaces they liked on the site.
March 12th 1st Year Adamstown Community College
1st year Students from Adamstown Community School take their Our Central Field badges and make clay land art models.
March 9th: Adamstown Educate Together, 6th Class
We worked with 40 pupils and their teachers Damien and Donal in defining the centre, stone collecting and marking a new pathway from the centre.
We met with Anne Marie and her dog Fudge, John Hassett – a local priest, as well as Adamstown residents.
March 5th: Adamstown Community College 5th & 6th Years
We worked with Adamstown Community College in defining our centre through markers and digging.
Photos by Giulia Berto.