Following on from the success of the collaborative art installation in eight trees on the TCD campus in 2017 the Trinity College Trees Team* are delighted to announce the opening of their newest collaborative exhibition embrittled | resilient
Open to the public during normal business hours April 1st – May 3rd 2019 this exhibition will launch with a series of events on Thursday 28th March.
- 17.30 pm meet in the Museum Building (follow signs as the front door may be closed) to view the exhibition. David Taylor, David Hackett and Tim Hone will give a short introduction to some of the scientific and conservation information on display.
- 18.00 pm meet in the Parsons Building to view the exhibition.
- 18.15 pm solo art performance by Olivia Hassett beside the Oregon Maple outside the Parsons Building
- 18.30 pm refreshments will be available in foyer area of the Parsons building.
Initially the the two 170 year old majestic Oregon Maples in Library Square were the focus of this exhibition until one fell and the other had to be cut down. One of the two remaining Oregon Maples, descendant from the fallen trees and also sited on campus, became the new focus for the project.
Embrittled | resilient will focus on factors which affect the strength and conservation of the trees, including water, wind and age. Located in both the Museum and Parsons buildings the exhibition will comprise of a mixture of art works, scientific research and information about the conservation of the Maples.
For more information on the 2017 and 2019 projects and exhibitions please visit trinitycollegetrees.wordpress.com Contact email: email@example.com.
*Trinity College Trees Team: David Hackett, Olivia Hassett, David Taylor.
Consultants: Conor Buckley, Colin Reid and Tim Hone.
This project and exhibition was funded by the Trinity College Performing Arts Grant.