Women of Concern – A Photography Exhibition from C

/Women of Concern – A Photography Exhibition from C

Women of Concern – A Photography Exhibition from C

Tuesday 8th March 2011 - Sunday 8th May 2011

Concern Worldwide is delighted to announce that the ‘Women of Concern’ photographic exhibition will open to the public at The Hunt Museum in Limerick, on 8th March 2010, to mark International Women’s Day. The exhibition will be opened by Amy Huberman.

The exhibition sees three of Ireland‘s top leading female photographers – Brenda Fitzsimons (The Irish Times), Kim Haughton (www.kimhaughton.com) and Marie McCallan (Press 22) exhibit images from three countries where Concern supports women’s development projects. Their photographs give an insight into the lives of women in these three countries and how, with your support, Concern is helping them to improve their lives and communities.

The resulting images tell powerful stories of hope, determination and survival from post-earthquake Haiti, Ethiopia and Bangladesh.

For details on ‘Women of Concern’ visit www.concern.net/womenofconcern

Admission Free.


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