SPAN CONVERSATIONS Project Update

Multi-level governance cartoon
Here are some of the images from the SPAN meetings I posted about earlier. These are from the initial meetings in 2003/2004. My role in these meetings was to capture the themes and issues of the meetings, which were otherwise quite dominated by “Eurospeak”! This cartoons will feed into the reports that the Southside Partnership will draw up for the project’s conclusion.

Double Vision is now Live!

Double Vision, the article by Charlie Adley that I illustrate, is now online! We’ve started a blog, updated every Friday, where you can read the latest musings from Charlie’s satirical gland (apparently located three vertebrae down and slightly to the left). The article is published in the Connacht Tribune and City Tribune, and regularly features … Read more Double Vision is now Live!

Sneak peek at this Friday’s cartoon…

tree stump cartoon

Tree stump cartoon: yes, my cartoons for Double Vision are pretty obscure, and I’m afraid you’ll have to wait until Friday (or Thursday evening if you’re a county edition reader!) for the article that puts this in context! The Connacht Tribune now offers a digital downloadable edition of the city and county editions, delivered straight … Read more Sneak peek at this Friday’s cartoon…

SPAN CONVERSATIONS Project

repetition cartoon

Photos: Dave Keegan Before Christmas I was asked to record the themes and discussions of the Southside City Partnership‘s SPAN Conversations meeting in the Stilorgan Park Hotel. This is a European Project run by the Partnership in conjunction with the Geography Department of NUI, Maynooth and looks at identifying key areas of social disadvantage and … Read more SPAN CONVERSATIONS Project