JOINT AWARD: The Man in the Chair – RADE
"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
JOINT AWARD: The Man in the Chair – RADE
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“If interested, please contact RADE on 01 454 6406 or by email to email@example.com”
RADE is currently seeking volunteers with backgrounds in the visual and dramatic arts to assist in facilitating art & drama workshops. This is a chance to engage in exciting group projects and gain experience in group facilitation. Volunteers will be required to undergo Garda clearance and in-house induction prior to commencing. If interested, please contact RADE on 01 454 6406 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The RADE film screenings were a fantastic success on Monday the 23rd at the Irish Film Institute.
Over 200 people attended the launch; a wonderful inter-agency experience of coming together and participation in the arts for everybody.
Since the Launch, RADE has already received several requests regarding further showings.
We are delighted to announce that you can still catch RADE’s 2 new films from 2019 “The Man In the Chair” and “The Girl In The Window” on the big screen in RADE’s studio space at the OLV Building, every Wednesday at 2:00 pm. (These 2 new films will not go online till November 2020).
We can seat up to 50 people, so booking in advance is essential.
It’s that time of year again! Culture Night will soon again be upon us on Friday the 20th September 2019, from 4 pm to 9 pm.
RADE will open its door to the public to display a collection of artwork by their participants. Throughout the evening, RADE will screen a series of original short films, starring RADE participants.
RADE’s vision: Creativity is open to everyone
Written by Marc McDonnell, 24th June 2019
RADE is proud to announce that it has just wrapped filming on its latest two shorts “The Girl in the Window” and “The Man in the Chair”.
Written by frequent RADE collaborator Rodney Lee (Irish Light Vs Tony) and directed by Gary Boyd, both films use an art gallery in the inner city of Dublin to examine how addicts and the homeless are perceived by the upper echelon of society through Lee’s dry satirical style.(more…)
The launch will take place at our premises, The OLV Building, Cathedral View Court, New Street, Dublin 8, at 11:30am on both Tuesday 30th April and Wednesday 1st May. Anne Buckley will formally launch the book on the 30th of April. We will be screening our most recent film ‘Spare Change’, and performing a RADE signature drama piece ‘Get Stoned’, on both dates.
The 2019 Aontas Star Awards ceremony took place in the Pillar Room at the Rotunda Hospital on Monday, 4th March. As recipients of a 2018 Star Award, RADE was invited to present awards to this year’s winners in the Social Inclusion category.
RADE would like to cordially invite you to the opening of our latest art exhibition in the OLV Building at 1:00 pm on Monday 5th November.
This exhibition is called “One Wish” and will feature the first showing of our fantastic new sculpture from 6000-year-old bog oak called “Moving Family”. There will also be many of the sculptures created under the supervision of Eoghan O’Neill RIP, through the RADE years.
Contemporary Paintings and drawings from our current programme participants will also be on show.
This will be a first production that will include inter agency participants and participants working with RADE through the new HSE initiative.
If you would like to expand your knowledge and broaden your mind on a number of different topics, drop by at 2:15 pm Thursday to be part of the new RADE Book Club. In our new Book Club, we will join together to read a book and then discuss it. Just give it a chance! You’ll really benefit from it and we know you’ll enjoy it…
We’d love to see you there!
RADE will be screening our new film in the main cinema IFI in Temple Bar at 12.00pm on Wednesday 13th June. This screening is for Service Users and we welcome all the other projects to join us for another ‘cracker’ from the RADE team, probably their funniest offering yet. A great opportunity for the service users to meet up and a powerful demonstration of the social contribution, that can be made by people in recovery. Please contact RADE by email email@example.com or 014548733 and let us know how many people you wish to bring. Book early there are only 258 seats and they’re being snapped up fast.
This short film is an absurd comedy about the desperate state of Ireland’s housing crisis. From unscrupulous landlords to the ‘invisible homeless’ and politicians reverting to Victorian attitudes, there’s never been a worse time to be without a roof over your head.
‘Spare Change’ was developed from the true-life tales of the RADE participants and their first-hand accounts of the current housing crisis.
RADE will also screen their highly acclaimed hilarious film from 2017 “Irish Light V’s Tony”