February 2015 News

Common Ground Internship

Common Ground is seeking an intern to work closely with the executive staff team to support the organisation’s continuing development and growth through the implementation of its communications plan and continued artistic programme.  For information on the 9 month internship please click here and click here on how to apply.



November 2014 News

studio 468

Multi-media visual artist, Laragh Pitman completed her residency in October 2014. During this time she worked with a group of Irish and migrant women in Dublin 8. As part of Culture Night in September, Laragh hosted ‘The Culture Wall’ – a response by 25 women.

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‘Utilising the Arts to combat Disadvantage’

The Joint Committee on Environment, Culture and the Gaeltacht has published its report, ‘Utilising the Arts to combat Disadvantage’. The work on this report began in 2012 when arts organisations from across Ireland, including Common Ground, were invited to give evidence to the Joint Commitee.

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Common Ground and Pallas Projects present Missing Green by Anne Maree Barry


Common Ground and Pallas Projects/Studios are delighted to present MISSING GREEN, a film screening and panel discussion on Thursday June 19th at 3.45pm. The screening and discussion will take place as part of the exhibition of “Missing Green” by Anne Maree Barry at Pallas Projects. The exhibition continues 12-6pm, Friday 20th & Saturday 21st June.  Wednesday 25th to Friday 27th June in Pallas Projects/Studios,115-117 The Coombe, Dublin 8. Continue reading…

Studio 468 Realisation Awardees Announced

Common Ground is delighted to announce that the studio 468 REALISATION awardees are:

Laragh Pitman and www.museumoftherefound.ie  

April – Mid October 2014

Early in 2012 a group of women adventurers started an expedition,  a journey to explore the local territory of Dublin, a largely unknown city. The women all live in Dublin – some came originally from Ireland, others came from England, France, India, Sri Lanka, Colombia, Uganda, Somalia, The Lebanon, Syria and Palestine. Each foray started out from their base camp in the Lantern Centre in Synge Street Dublin 8. They took recording instruments and documentary tools on their journeys and displayed a map made of their discoveries in addition to artefacts collected and the results of their research.

During the residency in studio 468 Laragh Pittman proposes to work again with the women’s group established for the Museum of the Refound in 2012 and to welcome new participants to establish a new creative project. Building a future collaboration, the studio will be a venue to discuss, construct and question the nature of cultural diversity and the position of both audience and artist/creator.

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