contatto
contatto

Contatto is the search for that feeling of human connection. The sense of precarity, uncertainty and loss of physical contact caused by the Covid-19 pandemic drove this creative challenge. Artists who have roots in Ireland and beyond are the protagonists of this story, the story of Ireland’s creativity, a story that is not complete without these voices.

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Elena Cristofanon is a creative based in Dublin since 2014.
With her studies in Art History, her work in the artistic and cultural sector and her experience as an expat human, she feels every bit of this project.
Resilience is her second name, evolving her main occupation.
Elena is the woman behind the cameras of Contatto.

Francesca La Morgia is a cultural and creative producer based in Dublin. Francesca’s background in linguistics and multilingualism draws her to all forms of creativity that allow for the full expression of individuals’ languages and identities. Her creative projects focus on using language as a tool to promote dialogue among individuals and communities and to activate social change. Francesca is the founder of Mother Tongues and the Mother Tongues Festival, the first multilingual festival in Ireland.

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For any questions, press inquiries, requests or comments you may have, please contact info@elenacristofanon.com

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If you work in the Arts in Ireland and are an Irish person with a diverse background or a citizen of another country and would like to share your story with us, you can request an interview. 
Please note: we have an extremely limited budget, so we won’t be able to interview all the applicants. Thank you for your understanding!

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