Dublin City / Monto and North Georgian Quarter

Outhouse

Living Library

In Person

Don’t judge a book by its cover! The living library attempts to challenge prejudice by facilitating conversation between two people. Books and Readers. It works like any other library, you can browse the catalogue and take out a book for a limited time. Living Books are LGBTQIA+ people, and a reading consists of a conversation about our lives today.

Time: 5.30pm - 10.00pm

Genres: LGBTQ+ / Literature / Talk

Features: All ages

Address: 105 Capel Street, D01 R290

Website: http://www.outhouse.ie

Phone: 01 873 4999

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No Booking Required

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Living: A Unique Portrayal of People Living with HIV in Ireland

In Person

Living is an innovative, first-of-its-kind photographic exhibition of people living with HIV in Ireland. The stunning exhibition gives visibility to, and celebrates the diversity of, people living with HIV, and highlights the leadership role people living with HIV contribute to the HIV response, particularly in relation to confronting and challenging stigma. Complimenting the exhibition, a special and limited edition booklet was published featuring the series of portraits, taken by photographer Hazel Coonagh, accompanied by moving interviews with those involved sharing their inspiring personal stories of living with HIV. Living, the booklet, is part of the 100 Archive 2021 selection – the best of Irish design. A joint initiative of HIV Ireland and GCN.

Time: 5.30pm - 10.00pm

Genres: LGBTQ+ / Literature / Talk / Visual Art

Features: All ages

Address: 105 Capel Street, D01 R290

Website: http://www.outhouse.ie

Phone: 01 873 4999

Venue Social Media:

No Booking Required