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John Quigley aerial event at Tara/ Harpists at the Dáil
international | miscellaneous | news report Saturday September 15, 2007 00:09 by Muireann Ni Bhrolchain - Campaign to Save Tara
Stuart Townsend at Hill of Tara 23rd September
The Campaign to Save Tara would like to officially announce that John Quigley, an internationally renowned aerial artist, as well as Stuart Townsend will be creating a piece of human aerial art on the Hill of Tara on Sunday 23rd September.
People wanted to help create an aerial art event at Tara on that day - meeting at 3pm in the car park.
by Muireann Ni Bhrolchain Sat Sep 15, 2007 00:35
as it will show up so clearly on the green grass of Tara.
by Muireann Ni Bhrolchain - Campaign to Save Tara Sat Sep 15, 2007 12:46
The Campaign to Save Tara is pleased to help the organisers by issuing a
by Carmel Ni Dhuibheanaigh - Hibernian Order of Druids Sun Sep 16, 2007 12:58
How wonderful! These two events promise to be spectacular in calling attention to what is happening at Tara. We are very honoured to have such talented people highlighting Tara and it's plight. I think it worked out really well that both events will occur in the same weekend! A Tara Weekend! This should generate great publicity. Huge THANK YOU to all involved, wonderful!
by Con Connoir - Ireland's Druidschool Mon Sep 17, 2007 18:42
by Muireann Ni Bhrolchain - Campaign to Save Tara Mon Sep 17, 2007 22:28
Please circulate as widely as possible.
by Roestown Mon Sep 17, 2007 23:28
Action planned in Rath Lugh area at Tara tomorrow from 7am. Witnesses and press requested.
by Muireann Ni Bhrolchain - Campaign to Save Tara Thu Sep 20, 2007 14:37
PRESS RELEASE – CAMPAIGN TO SAVE TARA
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by Muireann Ni Bhrolchain - Campaign to Save Tara Thu Sep 20, 2007 14:40
That J. Quigley image again.
by Muireann Ni Bhrolchain - Campaign to Save Tara Sat Sep 22, 2007 23:03
What a wonderful event today was and congratulations to the organisers Laoise and Ann Marie. They got the harpers there with all sizes of harps. It was magical to hear the music outside the Dáil - I hope it reverberates around the world. They got the crowds there but even more importantly, they got more media than I have ever seen at a Save Tara event.
by Muireann Ni Bhrolchain - Campaign to Save Tara Sat Sep 22, 2007 23:11
The pictures say it all - the harpers just kept arriving!
by M. Ni Bhrolchain - Campaign to Save Tara Sat Sep 22, 2007 23:19
It was just wonderful to have the legendary Paddy Maloney present to speak and to play - not the harp - but that was allowed. He is Paddy Maloney after all! He spoke of people asking him world wide what was going on in Ireland and what was the Government at?
by M. Ni Bhrolchain Sat Sep 22, 2007 23:32
Just as Laoise was going to wind up, John Quigley and Stuart Townsend were spotted. Stuart had not really planned on speaking but he did, passionately as usual, and he plugged the Meath Master Plan. The creators were listening, Brian Guckian and Tadhg Crowley who presented their plan in Meath on Thursday night. They also presented it in Dublin at the end of August.
by atomised Sun Sep 23, 2007 00:11
that the trick was to get a large crowd to tara and call criminals what they are
by cacophonist Sun Sep 23, 2007 18:12
I'm sure Sidonie Goossens would have been proud that in instrument which was almost forgotten has now found not only so many skilled practioners but that they are working to save our heritage.
by A Friend of Tara Mon Sep 24, 2007 12:36
Well done to all the organizers and participants of the event. Some of th colourful characters currently encamped on the Hill added a special flair to the event. Seno portraying the Green Man, Taurus as usually being himself and Tara Cannon once again successfully slipping in to the role of the Poison Dwarf. Well done to all of you.
by Fred Johnston Mon Sep 24, 2007 13:06 sylfredcar at iolfree dot ie 087.2178138
Great to see things turned out so well at Tara! I wasn't able to go there but I attended the harpers' gathering in Dublin on Saturday - see also the post under Comment: 'Images from Love Tara 2'. What this event, and the otehrs that linked with it, signifies, is the desire of many of our artists to come together to save a national heritage spot. I would ask that Aosdána and the Irish Writers' Union be approached and asked to do the same thing; to make a gesture, by letter or statement to the press. It is the duty of poets to protest against such outrages as the one the Government would perpetrate at Tara. The powers-that-be got away with it 'way back when Wood Quay was the issue in Dublin. It should not happen again.
by M. Ni Bhrolchain Fri Nov 02, 2007 08:32
There is a new short film here on Tara and an interpretation of the decorations on the stone in the Mound of the Hostages.
by KOM Fri Nov 02, 2007 09:53
Video: Tara: Voices From Our Past
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We would also invite and encourage musicians, poets etc to attend.
This is intended as a family event, enjoy an afternoon on Tara with your family and help draw attention to the plight of Tara's Gabhra Valley.
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