Monday, 29 April 2013

Two exhibitions at Maynooth

There are two interesting exhibitions currently running in Maynooth.

One is "Silence would be treason", an exhibition of letters from Nigerian ecological, indigenous and pro-democracy campaigner Ken Saro-Wiwa to Irish solidarity activist Majella McCarron in the months before his execution by the military regime.

The second is "Encountering Buddhist Asia", an exhibition documenting Ireland's encounter with the far end of the Eurasian continent from the sixth century on.