Project Arts Centre presents

PROJECT 50 SEASON

Dates: 19 Oct - 11 Feb

A season of work celebrating 50 years of Project Arts Centre

For 50 years, Project Arts Centre has been a pioneer of alternative ideas, bold ambition and artistic freedom in Irish culture.

From October 2016 onwards, we’re delighted to present a season of work by both Irish and international artists which celebrates our past and anticipates our future.


TheCasementProject by FearghusOConchuir as part of Project 50 - MatthewThompson
Butterflies and Bones
Fearghus Ó Conchúir
Oct 2016

Heresy as part of Project 50 - Opera at Project Arts Centre, Dublin
Heresy
Roger Doyle and Eric Fraad (META Productions)
Oct – Nov 2016

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Mainstream
Project Arts Centre, Rosaleen McDonagh and Fishamble
Nov 2016



One Time Season
Project Arts Centre and Pan Pan
Nov – Dec 2016

The Wild exhibition at Project Arts Centre, Dublin
The Wild
Various artists
Nov – Jan 2017

Precious Metal as part of Project 50 - Dance at Project Arts Centre - image © Cris Nash - 8 Project 50 webpage
Precious Metal
& Night Wandering
John Scott Dance
Dec 2016

Live Collision International Festival 2016 as part of Project 50 at Project Arts Centre - The Woman Who Walks On Knives by Season Butler (photo © Fiona Morgan)
Live Collision International Festival
Lynnette Moran
Dec 2016

Olwen Fouéré photographed by Kevin Abosch
Danse, Morob
Olwen Fouéré and Laurent Gaudé
Jan 2017

this is an Irish dance by Jean Butler and Neil Simon as part of Project 50 at Project Arts Centre, Dublin - 1
this is an irish dance
Jean Butler and Neil Martin
Feb 2017

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