RFR Pride Banners

REWIND<<FASTFORWARD>>RECORD create unique Pride Banners as part of their workshops with community groups, designed in collaboration with the artist in residence at the National Museum of Ireland, Anthony Haughey as part of his Flag for Ireland series.

The groups are introduced to the history and aesthetic of LGBTQ+ banners, flags, signage, and symbols. They are guided through a design process enabling them to visualise their own concerns, considerations, humour, and forms of protest.

This series of banners will continue to grow throughout the project, representing the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community in Ireland and their varying experiences based on their age, race, ethnicity, gender, and location. The banners are included in RFR exhibitions across the country and initiate discussions with new groups. 

 

Groups that have designed banners to date include:

  • Fatima Groups United (Out South Central LGBTQ+ group)
  • Youth Work Ireland Midlands Tullamore in RFR 

 

Installation/activation of the banners in venues/public spaces to date:

  • IMMA Project Space: March - April 2022
  • Offaly County Council, Tullamore: April - May 2022
  • Dublin LGBTQIA Pride Hub, Duke Street: June 2022

 

Upcoming installation/activation of the banners in venues/public spaces

  • Dublin Pride March: 25th June, carried by RFR artists and workshop participants
  • Uillinn - West Cork Arts Centre: July 2022
  • Void Gallery, Derry: August 2022
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