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The People Build 2018

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The People Build 2018

Following the success of The People Build in 2017, Walsh Waste delighted support the return of Olivier Grossetete to #GIAF2018 to embark on two highly ambitions and large scale builds for 2018. Over two weeks, thousands of cardboard boxes will be transformed into the building blocks of a series of democratically assembled buildings including a new floating cardboard bridge at Waterside, a testimony to Galway’s River Corrib Viaduct once part of the famous Galway to Clifden Railway. This awe–inspiring and spectacular architectural event is created by the people, for the people, and demonstrates the very best of community spirit and...

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The People Build - July 2018

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The People Build - July 2018

Recycling truck gets a facelift, lookout for our arts festival moving billboard and join us on July 20-22 for the people build where a cardboard bridge will be built across the River Corrib using just cardboard and human power Galway International Arts Festival 

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IFAT Trade Fair

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IFAT Trade Fair

IFAT 2018 What .A. Show. Lots of new waste industry innovations here, some we hope to bring to Galway soon.

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The Art is Trash Project

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The Art is Trash Project

The artist has landed! Francisco de Pajaro came straight to the source of his raw material yesterday, Art is Trash starts this morning check him out on Galway's streets between now and Sunday #GIAF16

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Galway Arts Festival

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Galway Arts Festival

We are delighted to have been once again involved in this years Galway Arts Festival in supporting another street spectacle "The People Build" an architectural event by French artist Olivier Grossetete. Thousands of cardboard boxes were transformed into a building collectively built through human power. One of many GIAF17 events which captured the imagination -roll on next year.

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