‘A Garden of Hope’ by Marie Keating Foundation
The Marie Keating Foundation and Roche’s Garden of Hope
The Marie Keating Foundation has teamed up with Roche to unveil their very own garden at the festival, dedicated to women who have survived breast cancer.
The ‘Out the Other Side: A Garden Of Hope’ exhibit aims to shine a light on cancer survivorship and the many stages women experience after diagnosis.
The Garden of Hope for Cancer Survivors
- The Bra Hammock, designed and created as part of a collaborative project between The National College of Art and Design and The Rediscovery Centre, has been repurposed from bras donated by women all over Ireland as part of the Marie Keating Foundation and Roche’s ‘Give Your Bra for Breast Cancer’ campaign
- A Pink Bench and Ribbon weave throughout the garden, representing the journey from diagnosis to recovery. On the back wall of the garden, quotes from the ten women featured in the Out the Other Side photographic exhibition were used.
‘A Garden of Hope’ representing almost 30,000 Breast Cancer survivors in Ireland offers inspiration at Bord Bia’s Bloom
|Pic: Gareth Chaney Collins|
The Out the Other Side exhibition, developed by Roche in partnership with the Marie Keating Foundation, featured the stories of ten brave women who have survived the disease. This exhibition was displayed along the Main Avenue of Bloom