Ireland's Edge returns to Dingle this November

Ireland's Edge returns to Dingle this November

October 19, 2021

Featuring: Séamas O’Reilly | Writer and Journalist // John Mulholland | Editor, The Guardian US // Áine Kerr | COO and Co-Founder, Kinzen // Orla Hegarty | Assistant Professor, University College Dublin // Kerri Ní Dochartaigh | Writer // Rob Curley | Architect, and Planning and Housing Commentator // Roberta Murphy | Imperial Centre for Psychedelic Research // David Kenny | Associate Professor of Law, Trinity College Dublin // Brian McCraith | Chair of the Covid-19 Vaccination Task Force and Future of Media Commission // Farah Elle | Singer Songwriter

We are delighted to share that our ideas strand Ireland's Edge returns to Dingle this November for 'Ireland’s Edge - Altered States / Idir Eatarthu'.

/ Live event / Saturday 27th November, The Skellig Hotel, Dingle

/ Online / Tuesday 30th November + Wednesday 1st December

‘Altered States / Idir Eatarthu’ is a description suggestive of a variety of mental, emotional and personal conditions, but also of collective public, political and social circumstances arising out of our recent experiences as a people and a nation.

Ireland’s Edge takes these themes and explores them within the context of disinformation, data privacy, climate change, the housing crisis, cultural identity, place and much more in the company of some remarkable thinkers, policy makers, innovators, commentators and artists.

For more details, and to register for Ireland's Edge - Altered States / Idir Eatarthu, tickets are available now via Eventbrite.

This special online edition of Ireland’s Edge is brought to you in partnership with Intel Ireland and supported by Jones Engineering Group and The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.