Kind Words Spoken

It's back! Live Collision is an annual curated international festival of Live Art, and Ireland’s first independent year-round Creative Producer + Art Director working with exceptional artists across and between art-forms. Live Collision carves a space to redefine the ways artists can create, engage & collide through live performance & digital platforms, and generate fresh new experiences for audiences. 

In addition to a stellar line-up of live art and performance Live Collision will present LADA STUDY // Short Reads and a screen installation of work by Lisa McLoughlin in the Project Foyer, as well as residencies with Natasha Davis and Sonia Hughes

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Covid-19: Update

In light of recent government recommendations, Project Arts Centre will be closed to the public from 6pm, 12th March until Monday 30th March, 2020. This may impact upon programming up to Easter. We'll be in touch with all ticket holders and will follow up with any public updates across all channels. To avoid confusion, we are taking the shows scheduled during this period offline. For a full list of these shows and events, please click HERE. We appreciate your understanding and look forward to seeing you back in the big blue building very soon! Wishing you well, Team Project x

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PROJECT FATIMA: ALL IN

Fatima Groups United & Project Arts Centre are delighted to announce PROJECT FATIMA: ALL IN A Collaborative Arts Engagement Programme for 2020 Supported by the Ireland Funds, PROJECT FATIMA: ALL IN will develop the relationship between Fatima Groups United and Project Arts Centre which began in 2018. We'll be engaging with work together at Project across the disciplines of Dance, Theatre & Visual Art throughout 2020.  Through seeing work, engaging in discursive sessions and participating in practical workshops with makers,  ALL IN facilitates conversations between community residents and contemporary artists.  ALL IN cultivates the potential for alternative ways of working with contemporary issues…

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