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Dublin Canvas get creativity flowing in the Liberties

Dublin Canvas get creativity flowing in the Liberties

The Dublin Canvas art project takes unused public space and turns it to colourful artworks that brighten up the Liberties. The project boasts the slogan “Less grey, more play”, and…

Small business strives for big changes

Small business strives for big changes

Smaller businesses in the Liberties are striving for change when it comes to waste management.  With the ongoing climate crisis, Gordon Hickey, owner of Container Coffee talked to the Liberty…

Councillors concerned for future of street art

Councillors concerned for future of street art

Dublin City Council is working to reactivate a subcommittee dealing with street art after a Subset mural was ordered to be removed. The mural in Portobello depicts David Attenborough and…

Temporality and time in Nowhere without no(w)

Temporality and time in Nowhere without no(w)

‘Nowhere without no(w)’ by Irish artists Walker and Walker allows brother artists, Joe and Pat Walker, to explore time, space temporality and its relationship with language and poetry. “How language…

‘Containing’ Dublin’s empty spaces

‘Containing’ Dublin’s empty spaces

‘Container Coffee’, created by Gordon Hickey, sits comfortably beside the Digital Hub with the Saint Patrick’s Tower as a backdrop to this bright blue coffee shop. It is unmissable to…

Preview of the Inchicore Literary Festival

Preview of the Inchicore Literary Festival

The Inchicore Literary festival will take place from Friday April 26th until Sunday April 28th. The Literary Festival will take place in the Richmond Barracks and will look at and…

‘Feast’ your eyes on fine food and art

‘Feast’ your eyes on fine food and art

Located at the edge of the Liberties, Feast is a modern Michelin recommended restaurant on a quiet corner close to Saint Patrick’s Cathedral. Originally located in Dún Laoghaire, Feast recently…