How Much is Enough?
Kate O’Shea & The Just City Residency: Reflections on an Embedded Practice at the Intersection of Art and Activism. A publication following Kate O’Shea’s residency at studio 468 from 2020 to 2022.
HOME – Pat Curran 2021
Painting Flats: Finding Home an essay by Dr Ellen Rowley marking Pat Curran’s first solo exhibition as part of Pallas Projects/Studios Artist Initiated Projects 2020-2021.
studio 468 CITIZEN ARTIST 2016 – 2018
This publication reflects on the richness and diversity of each CITIZEN ARTIST awardee’s practice. It includes artists Fiona Reilly, Seoidín O’Sullivan, Laragh Pittman, Pat Curran and Mark Holburn. It also contains reflective essays by philosopher Aislinn O’Donnell and the VISITING PROJECT. CITIZEN ARTIST was created as a response to Ireland’s decade of commemorations and a moment to consider and interrogate the formation of the Irish State, the effect of those turbulent times on its formation and partition, entry into the EU and Brexit. All combined are complex and continue to affect our communities locally, nationally and internationally and how we relate to each other and those in and outside of the island of Ireland. In April 2019 Common Ground hosted CITIZEN ARTIST a curated series of talks, artworks, artefacts and performances in Kilmainham Courthouse. Edited by Logan Sisley.
Tiny Voices – an Early Years Music Research Report
Tiny Voices – a 16 week early years music pilot research report in partnership with St Patrick’s College Drumcondra and Early Childhood Ireland. Written by Mairead Berrill.
Music for Me
Music for Me 2005 -2012 – a celebration and evaluation of a 7 year partnership music programme across Dublin’s canal communities of Rialto, Inchicore and Bluebell with Fatima Homework Club, After Schools Family Resource Centre St Michael’s Estate, Dolphin House Homework Club, professional musicians and our Lady of the Wayside N.S.
studio 468 – a working space
studio 468 – a working space. Edited by Logan Sisley and Siobhán Geoghegan with texts by Siobhán Geoghegan, Ailbhe Murphy, John Bissett, Jamie Hendrick and documentation of all ten studio 468 artists in residence from 2003 to 2010. Established in 2000, studio 468 is located in St Andrew’s Community Centre, Rialto Dublin 8.