Irish Traveller Children (Professional People & Lifestyle Category, 1st Place)
Irish Traveller children and their families are historically nomadicand have long been marginalized. They have lived in Ireland for hundredsof years, number about 40,000 in the whole of Ireland, and areseparately ethnically from Romani and Gypsies. A law was passed about 15years ago that forbids them from continually moving. They attend schoolwith the Settled Irish, but generally, drop out by the age of 12-14.They are predominantly Roman Catholic with most marrying around the ageof 18. Travelers often have large families and live in roadside camps orhalting sites.
City Of Musical Scores (Professional Fine Art & Collage Category, 1st Place)
Inscapes (Professional People & Self-Portrait Category, 1st Place)