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Project Arts Centre presents Dublin Gallery Weekend
Dates: 25 Nov - 26 Nov
Show Time: 3pm (2pm on Sunday)
Tickets: €0.00 Admission Free
Saturday 25th: 3pm
Sunday 26th: 2pm
Meeting Point: Project Arts Centre
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Join us this November for the third edition of Dublin Gallery Weekend. This city-wide event is a collaboration between almost 40 art galleries and museums across the city, who have joined together to present a specially programmed series of free public events such as talks, concerts, tours, workshops and more, alongside their exciting exhibitions and projects by a diverse range of artists.
Dublin Gallery Weekend invites visitors to come and experience something new, and to discover art in galleries of all types ranging from the biggest modern art museums in the country to the smallest, tucked away experimental art spaces.
Participating galleries include the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin City Gallery the Hugh Lane, the Project Arts Centre, Kerlin Gallery, the National College of Art and Design Gallery, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, The Lab Gallery, Artbox, The Library Project, The Royal Hibernian Academy and many more.
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January 30 2018, at 10:38am
We’re thrilled to announce the participants and mentors for MAKE 2018! MAKE is an artist development programme and residency initiative of Cork Midsummer Festival, Dublin Fringe Festival, Project Arts Centre and Theatre Forum Ireland. "For the last 10 years MAKE has provided artists with a unique opportunity to develop new work, build relationships with Irish and international colleagues and receive mentorships from some of the world’s most brilliant artists, curators and dramaturgs. I am delighted that Project continues to to be part of such an initiative and to be bringing such a fantastic group of artists and mentors together at…Read More
January 25 2018, at 10:32am
From 15 February, Project Arts Centre will present the solo exhibition Englishes by Amsterdam-based visual artist Nicoline van Harskamp. Examining the widespread use and modification of the English language by its non-native speakers, the exhibition consists of a series of episodic films comprising interview, performance, and scripted fiction that explore the myriad variations of English spoken between people who do not have any other shared tongue. In conjunction with the exhibition, we're delighted to announce that we will also be commissioning a live performance by the artist which to be staged in October 2018, but we need your help. Conversation: The Cultures…Read More