Talk and Think Tank: Sebastian Cichocki

Gallery

Special Event/ 31 Oct 2018 - 01 Nov 2018

€0.00 (Free, no booking required)

Talk: 31 Oct, 6-7.30pm Tickets: Free, all welcome, no booking required Think Tank: 1 Nov 6pm-8pm Tickets: Free, please RSVP to livia@projectartscentre.ie to receive programme information   This is the exhibition lecture/ museum, and an exhibition/ a lecture/ museum is many things Active Archive -…

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Process | Event

Cube

Film/ 30 Oct 2018 - 04 Dec 2018

€6-8

SAVE 25% WHEN YOU BOOK TICKETS TO TWO OR MORE SCREENINGS Process | Event is a unique series of artist-led discursive screening events featuring Jenny Brady, Sarah Browne, Dennis McNulty and Tadhg O'Sullivan presented by aemi, an independent agency dedicated…

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Relatively Speaking Guided Walking Tour: October 2018

TBG+S

Exhibitions/ 18 Oct 2018 - 18 Oct 2018

€0.00 (free)

Meeting point: Temple Bar Gallery + Studios Discover some of Temple Bar’s best keep secrets as three city centre galleries - Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Gallery of Photography and Project Arts Centre - join forces for a guided walking…

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Realise Production Award

Theatre/ 15 Oct 2018 - 15 Nov 2018

€0

  Project Arts Centre and Arts & Disability Ireland announce a major new production award for Theatre and Contemporary Dance artists with disabilities. This Production Award is designed to support the production and presentation of ambitious new work by individual…

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My Name is Language

DCC Civic Offices

Performance/ 13 Oct 2018 - 14 Oct 2018

€14-15

Nicoline van Harskamp, Netherlands Venue: Dublin City Council, Civic Offices, Christ Church Reception 13 Oct: 6pm & 8.30pm 14 Oct: 5pm & 7.30pm My Name is Language is a performative work on the topic of names: how they can be given…

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In Development: The Devlin Project

Cube

Theatre/ 13 Oct 2018 - 13 Oct 2018

€0.00

By Fiona McGeown and Thomas Conway The Devlin Project is a multimedia exploration of how civil rights agitation turned to militancy in the late sixties— the era when the revolution was actually televised. Two women, Irish and African American—modelled on…

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