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Maurice Harron (born 1946) is an artist, educator and public sculptor from Derry, Northern Ireland. He was educated at St Columb's College and at the Ulster College of Art and Design in Belfast.
He has completed dozens of monuments in Ireland, the UK and in the USA. Notable commissions include Reconciliation/Hands Across the Divide in Carlisle Square, Derry, Let the Dance Begin in Strabane, the Irish Famine Memorial on Cambridge Common, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Red Hugh O'Donnell in Roscommon, Grainne in Heritage Green park, Chicago and CS Lewis Square in Belfast.
- Maurice Harron website
- Let the Dance Begin
- Irish Famine Memorial, Cambridge, MA
- Grainne, Chicago 
- CS Lewis Square opening 
- Josef Locke sculpture, Derry
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