Thursday 15th November at 7.00pm – 8.15pm. Richmond Barracks, Inchicore, Dublin 8
Common Ground is delighted to host a panel discussion and presentations on the issue of sustainable cities, greening Dublin City, land access, food access, spaces of commoning and public sites in urban space.
The Speakers are: artist Seoidin O’Sullivan HARD/GRAFT, Professor Gerald Mills and Dr. Mary Forrest from UCD.
Culture Night is Friday September 21st and studio 468 will open the doors from 5.30pm to 9.30pm. Artist and precarious worker Fiona Reilly will present a collection of new works comprising live readings, embroideries and printed material. The works presented are traces of encounters with visitors to ‘The Department of Time Keepers’ – a precarious institution Fiona established at studio 468 during her residency in 2017.
Common Ground in partnership with the FRC crèche of Thornton Heights in Inchicore, Dublin 8 will be engaging a professional musician in the autumn for the development of early years music programme, based on the original model of Tiny Voices delivered previously in 2012 – 2013. Continue reading…
Everyone is very welcome to the launch and exhbition of Dublin based visual artists Pat Curran and Mark Holburn joint exhibition ‘This City Life’ in Ballyfermot Library at 6.30pm on June 7th.
Pat’s paintings and Mark’s installed arts works map and present their responses to their rich cultural experiences and observations of Dublin’s contemporary life. They both graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 2014 and 2015 respectively. Since September 2017 Pat and Mark have been part of the CITIZEN ARTIST Collective based in studio 468, in St Andrew’s Community Centre, Rialto, Dublin 8. ‘City Life’ is open in Ballyfermot Library until June 30th.
Common Ground and artist Seoidin O’ Sullivan are inviting local people to join them on Saturday 28th April to learn more about the project HARD/GRAFT. Meet at The Lodge, Goldenbridge Cemetery, St Vincent Street West, Dublin 8 at 12 noon. We will introduce HARD/GRAFT and go on a walk & talk of the Inchicore area and seek sites for potential community orchards.