Announcing participants for the Dhá Theanga programme
We are delighted to announce participants for EVA’s Dhá Theanga programme.
The project will engage with local multi-linguists in Limerick to explore a creative mediation of the 39th EVA International biennial programme, and will result in multi-language audio responses in Nigerian Pidgin English, Catalan, Polish and Irish. Audio responses will be made available through EVA’s website in November 2020.
Biographies of Participants
Ajibola S. Abiodun is a creative writer, blogger and the founder of A.S. Fortress, a blog designated to empower and enlighten the people via literature and philosophy. He is a lover of wisdom, arts and culture with a vested interest in their promotion and exploration. Other than studying Philosophy and English literature at the University of Limerick, Ajibola is a staunch student of life who is learning from daily life experiences.
Justyna Cwojdzińska is a Polish native, theatre performer, cultural activist, founder and artistic director of Polish Arts Festival in Limerick. She made Limerick her home and strongly believes in integration and mutual understanding through the means of art. Her vision for Limerick is to challenge, optimise and showcase through arts the outstanding potential of artistic capabilities that exist within the Limerick communities.
Marta Giralt, PhD, is a Lecturer in Applied Linguistics and Spanish in the School of Modern Languages and Applied Linguistics at the University of Limerick. She teaches Spanish and researches in Intercultural communication and CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning). She loves languages and is native in Catalan and Spanish.
Liam Murray, PhD, is a Senior Lecturer in French and Language Technologies at UL with a deep interest in the Irish language and contemporary poetry. He has been teaching and researching in French for over 25 years agus ag spalpadh na Gaeilge le fada an lá.
Grey Heron Media make award winning audio and film rooted in community, informed by location, and driven by human interaction, from their base in the mountain village of Kilfinane Co. Limerick, Ireland.
For further information about the Dhá Theanga programme, please click here. Supported by Magic Carpets Creative Europe Programme.Back