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€19 million investment into ‘Liberties Creative Campus’

€19 million investment into ‘Liberties Creative Campus’

Dublin City Council are to carry out a feasibility study into ambitious plans for a €19 million ‘creative campus’ in the Liberties area of the city. These proposals are part of an Urban Regeneration and Development Fund…

Add ‘Irish’ to your cart

Add ‘Irish’ to your cart

Now more than ever it is so important to implement the shop local, shop Irish mindset. Supporting small Irish businesses is something that can be done in many ways and…

The Dog on the Dockside

The Dog on the Dockside

A street artist whose work has appeared across Dublin – including graffiti-filled Liberty Lane off Kevin Street – has won new accolades for his latest mural of the President’s dead dog. …

Cancelled exhibition and being an artist during a pandemic with Neil Dunne

Cancelled exhibition and being an artist during a pandemic with Neil Dunne

“Expanded print practise” is how Neil Dunne, a Liberties-born and raised artist would define his art.  He started silk-screen printing while studying in NCAD (National College of Art and Design) where he obtained both his…

‘May Weekender’ for local culture falls victim to Covid-19 shutdown

By Jack Shanahan ‘CULTURE Date with Dublin 8’, which promotes the local area, has cancelled its ‘May Weekender’, planned for May 16th and 17th. The annual event celebrates the history,…

How International Women’s Day is celebrated in The Liberties

How International Women’s Day is celebrated in The Liberties

International Women’s Day globally celebrates the achievements women have made in social, economic and political aspects. This day has been celebrated for over a century and occurs every year on…

How walking keeps tourism alive in the Liberties

How walking keeps tourism alive in the Liberties

Local Liberties Tours creating Local Liberties Employment Dublin as a capital possesses many attractions for visitors from across the water such as the famous Leprechaun Museum, Dublin Castle, Temple Bar…

Streamable magic off Meath Street

Streamable magic off Meath Street

Magic Minds In a flat just off Meath Street in 2017, Magic Minds podcast was born. “Brain-child” to lifelong Liberties resident Matt Burke, the podcast focuses on telling stories that…

Creating a buzz in the city

Creating a buzz in the city

Rebecca Daly Bee hives are the last thing one would expect to see placed in the inner city. However, the Robert Emmet Community Development Project (RECDP) has done just that.…

Drawing life in the Liberties

Drawing life in the Liberties

Drawing the Liberties classes are well underway at the Robert Emmet Community Development Project (RECDP) centre on Usher Street. The art classes, open to any adults interested in sparking their…

Immersive Tech Week launches at the Digital Hub

Immersive Tech Week launches at the Digital Hub

Immersive Tech This week the Liberty visited the launch of Immersive Technology Week at the Crane Street premises of the Digital Hub on Thursday November 14th. The week-long celebration focuses…

The Liberty Visits Vaults Live

The Liberty Visits Vaults Live

This week the Liberty visited one of the newest and most creative tourist attractions in Dublin 8 – Vaults Live.  The Vaults tell the stories of six “infamous” characters in…

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