Project Potential is the home for Access & Engagement work at Project Arts Centre. It is a space for complexity and nuance, and a space to hold our intention to work in an authentically inclusive way. Here’s what we’re currently working on – and keep an eye on our News posts for further updates!
To Make A Mark is an exhibition of digital work curated by Run of the Mill and Project Arts Centre, highlighting the extensive work created by inclusive arts organisations around Ireland.Read More
Project have invited a number of artists and social activists, with a lived experience of intersectional discrimination and disadvantage, to produce a series of ambitious and provocative new works, encouraging crucial dialogue around the impact of social and economic inequality.Read More
Rhizome is a pilot Green Arts programme that aims to highlight the critical role of creativity, optimism, and imagination in the craft of social and environmental change, both locally and internationally.Read More
Short Cuts is a small-scale digital commission that prioritises artists who have not yet entered the world of arts application writing and funding streamsRead More
Anima Fatima was presented in Project’s Cube space in November 2021. The presentation included a series of short art films made by Philip Connaughton and Luca Truffarelli, in collaboration with eight women from Fatima Groups United.Read More
Site Specific Community Project in collaboration with FGU – Dublin 8 Coming in June 2021. Over 4 weeks in June …Read More