Highlights Arts And Culture
Arts and Culture
The Gardens look like the tended ruins of an empire. The mist and the wind, the roses and the water lilies, the wilting flowers and the overgrown borders, the quietness and the uniformity, it’s easy to feel the fullness and emptiness of loss here.
“A timely exploration”. We visited group exhibition My Brilliant Friend at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, and spoke to its curator Rayne Booth.
We take a census of artist sentiment on a question both basic and complex.
Fancy crab, lobster and all that jazz? Head to the picturesque coastal village of Dalkey at the end of the month for the return of the Dalkey Lobster Fest!
The Dublin Food Porn Festival has come to a close for 2016. There were over 2,200 entries, and you can check out the winners here.
We review Brian Maguire’s exhibition Over Our Heads the Hollow Seas Closed Up at the Kerlin Gallery
Dublin Maker in Merrion Square this Saturday 23rd July will be one of the highlights of the 2016 edition of the Festival of Curiosities.
Carol Rama made the paintings that are necessary now, and she made them 70 years ago.
Ahead of the annual Monto Arts Picnic, we speak to Sheena Barrett of the LAB Gallery and Monto Arts Group
“At festivals we always try to make it kind of a zone of its own.” We sat down for a slice with Oliver Allison of The Big Blue Bus to find out the story of their fantastic pizzas.
Featuring 300 craft beers from over 80 Irish Micro Breweries, the second Kilkenny Craft Beer Festival takes place from Tuesday July 5th to Sunday July 10th.
We review Alice Maher’s exhibition The Glorious Maids of the Charnel House at the Kevin Kavanagh Gallery
Renowned street artist James Earley is kicking off a new series of talks this weekend on Sunday 3rd July in the Dean Hotel called The Sunday Edition.
Feast your eyes on the final ten piccies of Dublin Food Porn Fest as we savor the results of week 4
The Irish Architecture Foundation presents Beyond Participation, a day of inspiring presentations about architecture and community featuring innovators, provocateurs and activists from Ireland, the US, Africa and the UK.
Feast your eyes on the ten best pics from week two of The Dublin Food Porn Fest.
The ten best pics from week one of The Dublin Food Porn Fest.
Maybe I’m depressed (yes), maybe art is eating itself alive (yes), maybe Dublin murders motivation and drive (yes), but any and either way, it’s been decided that I’m going to go see and review two exhibitions. CS Bloom checks out To The Present by Merlin James and Whenceness by Elaine Byrne.