Highlights Arts and Culture
Arts and Culture
We preview exhibitions by Irish artists Niamh O’Malley and Mairead O’hEocha at Doughlas Hyde Gallery who both manipulate the idea of landscapes imagery.
On its centenary, the 1914 Civic Exhibition has come back to our attention as the jump-off point for Phoenix Rising: Art and Civic Imagination at Hugh Lane
For two years, Artfetch has been making the buying and selling of quality art easy by providing an online platform to curate works.
What happens when a camera-wielding, onesie-wearing Homo sapien meets a rather gruff but soft-spoken Neanderthal? Nathaniel Mellors’ The Sophisticated Neanderthal Interview investigates.
Karl Whitney has been described as ‘Dublin’s best psychogeographer since James Joyce’.
German photographer David Jazay’s collection Dublin Before The Tiger collects, with incredibly beautiful detail, images of Dublin’s inner city from the late 1980s to the early 1990s.
Culture Night never fails to deliver on a smörgåsbord of exciting once off events, performances, tours and workshops.
In amongst the diddly-eye pubs on Temple Bar’s main drag is The Library Project, a vital resource to those both within and outside the city’s creative community.
Since the art cuts attacked, cultural spaces have had to be pretty crafty to keep their doors open. Pallas Projects is amongst the most entrepreneurial, with its annual fundraising party Running in the Hall, but on Thursday 9th October, Pallas will be teaming up Whyte’s Auctioneers to introduce a new kind of event to the Irish art calendar: the benefit auction.
Five top tips to catch at Electric Picnic
Sounds Alive, running in the Freemason’s Hall this September, seeks to bring two personal and communal listening experiences back into sweet harmony.
Over 100 onstage deaths are chronicled on The Centre For Dying On Stage website where a black sphere hovers over the webpage like some unrelenting “damn spot”.
The latest string to Block T’s already impressive bow – given the recent additions of the café, common area and Good Fridays BYO concerts each week – is the exhibition space, which will host a series of events over the forthcoming year.
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‘As a reader growing up in Ireland, I felt a personal alienation from the kind of books I saw coming out – with some exceptions, you know. A lot of these books were just so sedate, so polite. They didn’t seem to speak to and of the harsh, intense, technological reality I was confronted with.’
Making the Scene is a series of lunchtime and afternoon talks taking place as part of PhotoIreland 2014 at Gallery of Photography.
Making Space is delighted to present a walking tour with a difference through the lesser-known gems of Dublin City. Totally Dublin spoke with organiser Orlaith Ross to get her scoop on creative Dublin for City Spectacular.
Will St.Leger sprays our streets with knowledgeable street art pieces. As part of City Spectacular he’s hosting a street art walking tour.
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