"RADE's innovative programme of combatting substance abuse through art introduces addicts to their own genius, their own best selves, it focuses on the buzz that living a positive life can bring,a buzz that is genuine and life enhancing"
President Mary McAleese
To reduce RADE’s impact on global climate change (and do our bit to save the planet!), this year we have minimised our print run, and instead have created an e-Christmas card wishing you good tidings ahead of the Christmas and New Year.
RADERS worked with Sorsha Galvin who facilitated workshops to produce a series of collages using historical photograps from the Duchas Irish folklore archives and their original network.
The artwork produced by the participants was published in an e-Book via issuu.
RADERS are determined to heal and make positive changes in their lives using the creative arts.
If you haven’t caught RADE’s 2020 film “The Tapper’s Opera” we are delighted to launch it now on our website. Click here to see the full film ->
If interested, please contact RADE on 01 454 6406 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org to book an assessment.
This Culture Night RADE will be showcasing projects our artists have worked on over the last year. We’ll be unveiling our mural project ‘Righting on the Wall’ created in collaboration with artist Holly Pereira and funded by IHREC; launching our radio play ‘A Proper Da’, written by Maeve Ingoldsby, and screening our latest film ‘The Tapper’s Opera’ both on-site and online.
Doors will be open from 17:00 to 22:00 for hour-long time slots that can be booked in advance. Walk-ins are allowed so long as there’s space – come along and say hello!
For more information and to book your time slot, please email us at email@example.com. Our online content will be accessible on our Vimeo from 17:00 to 22:00 on Culture Night, link below:
Our Irish Human Rights & Equality Commission mural “Righting On the Wall” is now complete, thanks to the work of muralist Holly Pereira in collaboration with our participants, and with the generous support of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission”
Dear Friends and Supporters
RADE are immensely proud to announce the launch of our latest film ‘The Tappers’ Opera’, which will have its virtual premiere via the IFI’s website from Friday 2nd until Monday 5th July.
In the coming week we will be sending you out a link with a free promotional code to book your virtual cinema seat ahead of the general public. Viewing will be limited to 200 seats per day so please reserve your spot early!
This link will also give you access to the trailer and interviews from the cast and crew, including a lovely interview of Mick Egan – who retired from RADE in the midst of the pandemic in February 2021, and handed over his “Director’s Cap” to Sinead Moloney.
In the lead up to the launch we will increase our social media presence so please follow/share/tag/like via our Facebook and Twitter accounts if you are a follower! If not, you can find us on…Facebook: recoveryartdramaeducation and Twitter: @RADEDUBLIN
RADE’s founder and project director Mick Egan will be retiring on the 12th February 2021 after over 16 years of tireless service to the organisation. Sinead Moloney has been appointed by the Board as project director following Mick’s retirement.(more…)