Two King’s Inns graduates are taking part in Ireland’s Edge ‘Through the Looking Glass’ event
Ms Justice Marie Baker and Dr David Kenny, both graduates of King’s Inns, are participating in Ireland’s Edge ‘Through the Looking Glass’ event on Monday 20 July at the Irish Traditional Music Archive (ITMA).
The event will be streamed live from 6pm to 7.30pm on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. You can watch here.
This special online edition of Ireland’s Edge is supported by Intel Ireland and presented in partnership with Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute and the Irish Traditional Music Archive.
The event will consist of performances and discussions (see below) on living in unprecedented times of Covid–19 and how the landscape has shifted under our feet.
Full event information and schedule can be viewed here.
Featuring Discussions and Performances from:
Ms Justice Marie Baker: The Supreme Court of Ireland
Dr David Kenny: Assistant Professor of Law, Trinity College Dublin
Mick O’Brien: Uilleann Piper
Aoife Ní Bhriain: Fiddler
Dr Conor McGinn: CEO & Co–Founder of Akara Robotics, Assistant Professor, Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering, Group Leader, Robotics and Innovation Lab, TCD
Niamh Donnelly: Director of AI & Co–Founder of Akara Robotics
Síobhra Quinlan: Ireland’s Edge
Rita Duffy: Artist in Residence, Trinity Long Room Hub
About Ireland’s Edge
IRELAND’S EDGE is a multidisciplinary creative event series that makes up a distinct strand of Other Voices festival of music and ideas. At Ireland’s Edge, they believe the best version of our future will only be realised by fruitful collaborations and collisions between the arts, technology, innovation, storytelling and human experience. They regard it as imperative that culture be given a central role as we try to plan creatively and effectively for the future. Learn more about Ireland’s Edge here.