On December 16th 2017 at 3pm the public are invited to Richmond Barracks for the opening of ‘The Ulster Garden Project’ – a temporary installation of a participatory public artwork by Dutch/Greek visual artist Theodora Kotsi-Felici.
TITLE: ART, ECOLOGY and URBAN SPACES
DATE: November 14th 2017
TIME: 15.00 – 17.00
VENUE: IMMA lecture room
Common Ground and CREATE are pleased to partner on this panel discussion which will explore the issue of sustainable cities, land access, food access, and spaces of commoning and public sites in urban space.
On CULTURE NIGHT Friday 22 September studio 468 at St Andrews Community Centre, Rialto Dublin 8 will open to the public between 5.30pm and 10pm.
Drop in and you will meet the a multi-disciplinary team of Chris Maguire (drawing / photography), Mark Holburn ( mixed media), Patrick Curran ( painter ) John Bissett (sociologist/writer) and Marja Almqvist (curator/textiles artist) as they begin their eight month CITIZEN ARTIST award in studio 468.
Current CITIZEN ARTIST in residence, Laragh Pittman, is hosting the Culture Clinic in studio 468 every Wednesday and Thursday from 11am to 1pm. The Culture Clinic will run up to the 17th August. Join her for tea, coffee, conversation and creativity. For further information you can contact Laragh through the Culture Clinic facebook page or on firstname.lastname@example.org
Musictown returns from April 7th to 17th with music events for all ages. Here in Inchicore on April 7th we have a magical music event for the very young. ‘The Quiet Tree’ will be performed in Richmond Barracks at 2pm for young children (aged 3-6) and their families.