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Over 1,000 origami birds to be displayed in Mayo

Thursday, 11th February, 2016 5:58pm
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Over 1,000 origami birds to be displayed in Mayo
Over 1,000 origami birds to be displayed in Mayo

THE National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, Turlough, Castlebar, is putting on a display shortly of all of the origami birds that were made as part of the ‘Give Your Voice Wings’ project.

The museum is looking for volunteers next Monday, Febuary 15, to help exhibit over 1,000 birds from a white material. It will make a beautiful display.

If you are free to give a hand come along between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

This exhibition will represent an Irish response to migration. All origami birds have been made from either blue or white paper.

The Connaught Telegraph is media partners of the event.

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