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Behind the street art at the Liberties’ heart

Behind the street art at the Liberties’ heart

Passing through the Liberties, it’s impossible to miss the range of vivid street art snaking throughout the walls of its various active and derelict buildings. While the National College of…

Jam Art Factory: Patrick’s Street’s hidden Gem

Jam Art Factory: Patrick’s Street’s hidden Gem

Ian Curran spoke to Mark Haybyrne, who runs two shops with his brother John, about his passion for art, opening in the middle of the recession, and confusion over the…

NCAD get involved in the #StateoftheArt campaign to reform the LC Art curriculum

NCAD get involved in the #StateoftheArt campaign to reform the LC Art curriculum

By Meadhbh Sinclair NCAD has come out in support of a new campaign by second-level art teachers that encourages more creativity and freedom in the leaving certificate curriculum. The #StateoftheArt campaign,…

NCAD open day

NCAD open day

The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) open day on Thomas Street took place on Wednesday the 25th of November. The number of students admitted to NCAD has doubled…

Huddle tests at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios

Huddle tests at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios

The latest showcase at the Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is a free, unique and interactive experience called Huddle tests. It was created by the Dublin-based artist Rhona Byrne and…

Four exhibits to see at IMMA

Four exhibits to see at IMMA

  What We Call Love, From Surrealism to Now Showing until 7th February 2016 Located in the East Wing, first floor galleries this exhibition features a selection of modern and…

Newcomers to the Liberties: First Fortnight

Newcomers to the Liberties: First Fortnight

Steven Cummins makes one thing clear; First Fortnight does not want to raise awareness about mental health nor educate people about the types of mental health; it aims to “raise…

The Liberty heads down the Rabbit Hole

The Liberty heads down the Rabbit Hole

Rabbit Hole Promotions is an innovative advertising agency making waves across Dublin. Managing Director Mark Lacey speaks to Rebecca Gill about the company’s unique selling point and its plans for the…

Street style in the Liberties

Street style in the Liberties

  Floating around the streets of the Liberties on a Saturday afternoon, I stumbled upon a few stylish street folk. The Liberties is an incredibly unique, historic, artistic and cultural…

Two new exhibitions have opened In the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA)

Two new exhibitions have opened In the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA)

Scott’s work played heavily on calibrating and perfecting techniques involving the use of lines, space and light. These ideas are expressed through the mediums of paint, print, drawing, tapestry, textile…

Forbidden Fruit Festival to return as a two-day event

Forbidden Fruit Festival to return as a two-day event

The Forbidden Fruit festival will return to Kilmainham this June for what promises to be a jam- packed weekend full of music, art and comedy.…

Gallery owner hopes more locals will frequent his shop

Gallery owner hopes more locals will frequent his shop

By Raefa Alsalah People come from all over to the Liberties’ historic art and antiques quarter that some say houses some of the most eclectic and dynamic works of art.…

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