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Arts Council’s Next Generation Bursary Sees 18 Artists Receive €360,000, 11 Dec. 2018

18 artists have been awarded prestigious Next Generation bursaries by the Arts Council, the state agency for funding and developing the arts has announced. The Next Generation programme recognises and promotes a selection of artists from different disciplines, such as traditional arts, music, dance, film, theatre and literature, and gives them the time they need […]

‘There is a distinct social cleansing going on in Dublin’ – Ciara Kenny, 1 August 2018, Irish Times

    David Kitt “I’m being forced to leave the country I love as I can’t afford to live in my hometown anymore,” wrote singer-songwriter David Kitt on his Facebook page this week, revealing that the Dublin house he lives in is being sold off. “I don’t want to go. It feels like one of […]

Keep Ormston House Open August 2018 Support Ormston House by signing this petition. We are losing valuable visual arts space in Ireland at an alarming rate, with over 50% of visual arts studio space closed in Dublin alone over the last four years. The contribution Ormston House has made to both the visual arts in Limerick and nationally, is incalculable, […]

VISIT Artists Open Studios – Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th may, 2013

  Visit 2013 is a weekend event which will see artists’ studios all over Dublin City opening their doors to the public. On Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th May, from 12pm-6pm, this free event offers curious art lovers an invitation to visit over 250 artist’s private studios and gain a first hand insight into their […]

Commissions+ An International Symposium on Public art & Commissioning presented by Fingal Co. Council – 8/9 October 2012

Commissions+ An International Symposium on Public Art & Commissioning presented by Fingal County Council 8th/9th October The Waterside House Hotel, Donabate,Fingal County Dublin The symposium will bring together a range of international organisations to discuss current trends and approaches towards commissioning in Europe and beyond. The event also seeks to contextualise the approaches of the […]