Ciaran Smyth

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By 2050 there will be roughly 12 billion tonnes of plastic litter in landfills and the environment.

Trying to live sustainably can sometimes feel like an uphill trek without one clear-cut path to the mountaintop. Often a product that might be environ(...)

Catherine Cleary with some of her plastic-free purchases. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

There is a muscle memory for opening the lid on a glass milk bottle. You press down with your thumb firmly enough to dimple the foil but gently enough(...)

Searching for the  missing crew members of Rescue 116. Photograph: Colin Keegan

There are many links in an accident chain. The preliminary Air Accident Investigation Unit report on Rescue 116 follows a prescribed formula(...)

Artists Sarah Browne, Miriam O’Connor, Ciaran Smyth, Ailbhe Murphy
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 and Anne Tallentire. 

have created artworks to form National Women’s Council of Ireland (NWCI) “STILL, WE WORK” an exhibition featuring work by Irish artists and a unique coming together of artists and women’s organisations - under NWCI - to explore the many issues surrounding women and labour over the last century an exhibition and a publication, which will be on view in the Gallery of Photography, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar from 19th to 26th OctoberPhotograph: 
Photograph: Alan Betson

Moving testimonies, expressed through text and images, of the unpaid and often unrecognised work that women have done over many years, are part of an (...)