• Once is too Much

    Exhibition 30 November, 2002 to 26 January, 2003

    Once is Too Much

    Once is too Much

    Once is too Much was a compelling project and exhibition facilitated by the Education and Community Department of the Irish Museum of Modern Art and involving the women from St. Michaels Resource Centre, Inchicore.

    Once is too Much was one part of an eight year strategy by the family Resource centre, St Michaels Estate, to develop the first community based model of practice addressing violence against women Ireland. Throughout the planning stages and the duration of the exhibition the Butler Gallery worked closely with local community networks such as the Kilkenny Women’s Refuge, Rape Crisis Centre, the Local Area Network and the Loughboy Resource Centre, to focus on the subject of violence against women.