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Project Arts Centre. The Project Arts Centre finds a long-term home at 39 East Essex Street, Dublin.

Project Arts Centre

The Project Arts Centre emerged following a three week multi-arts festival held at the Gate Theatre in 1966. The gallery and arts centre was located in several locations before finding its current location on Dublin’s East Essex Street in 1975. The Project now has an established reputation as a venue for theatre, dance, music and the visual arts. In 1975 ‘Over the Barricades’ visited The Project’s new home to see the reshaping of the former Dollard Print Works into an arts centre. Reporter Andy O’Mahony visits the new gallery and theatre and meets Michael Bulfin, sculptor and chairman of the Project, who shows him around the venue which is still under construction. Project Arts Centre. 152 ProjectArtsCentre. PRODUCER PROJECT ARTS CENTRE.

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Project Arts Centre is delighted to announce a call for applications for the new and exciting role of Producer. The role will strengthen Project Arts Centre's ongoing support and development of artists and the creation of new work. This is an outstanding opportunity for a dynamic and highly-skilled individual to join the team at one of Irelands leading cultural organisations.

Project Arts Centre is Ireland’s leading centre for the presentation and development of contemporary art, dedicated to protecting the independent sector and nurturing the next generation of Irish artists across all forms of the performing and visual arts. Project Arts Centre is based in Temple Bar, Dublin 2 and consists of two performance spaces and a gallery. About Us - - THEATREclub. ‘Repeal the 8th’ mural in Project Arts Centre in Temple Bar removed. The “Repeal the 8th” mural on the front of Project Arts Centre in Dublin’s Temple Bar has been removed due to a planning violation.

‘Repeal the 8th’ mural in Project Arts Centre in Temple Bar removed

The mural was created on Friday, July 8th by well-known Irish street artist Maser and refers to the campaign to repeal the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution, that acknowledges the right to life of the unborn. It was funded by The Hunreal Issues, a website aiming to politically mobilise women in Ireland. The centre made the decision to paint over the mural after it received a warning notice from Dublin City Council Planning Department that the work is in violation of the Planning & Development Acts (2000-2015). Project hope to be able to re-install the artwork as soon as possible according to artistic director Cian O’Brien who said they would be working through official channels with Maser and The HunReal Issues. “This artwork occurs in the context of many in the artistic programme,” said Mr O’Brien.

Queer Performance and Contemporary Ireland: Dissent and Disorientation - Fintan Walsh - Google Livres. Poverty: Access and Participation in the Arts : Report of a Working Group on ... - Google Livres. Guide Des Centres Culturels Européens - Google Livres. Dialogues: Women Artists from Ireland - Katy Deepwell - Google Livres. Self-portraits: Project Arts Centre, Dublin - Google Livres. BOARD OF DIRECTORS - Project Arts Centre. Sarah Byrne (appointed 2014) Sarah Byrne is the Head of Agency, SMB Sales UK & Ireland, at Google.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS - Project Arts Centre

Before joining Google, Sarah held senior positions at Saatchi & Saatchi, Mother, GREY London and HMDG. Sarah is passionate about digital marketing, creative strategy and new business development. Governance & Fundraising Compliance - Project Arts Centre. Governance Project Arts Centre is committed to good governance and the organisation complies with the regulatory requirements of the Governance Code.

Governance & Fundraising Compliance - Project Arts Centre

The organisation keeps detailed financial records, maintains strict financial controls and is transparent in its audited financial statements. The most recent statement of audited accounts (2013) is available here. Project Arts Centre - Wikipedia. Project Arts Centre is a multidisciplinary arts centre based in Temple Bar, Dublin, which hosts theatre, dance, music and performance.[1][2] History[edit] Project Arts Centre was founded by Jim FitzGerald and Colm O'Briain in 1967 after a three-week festival at the Gate Theatre in 1966.

Project Arts Centre - Wikipedia

Project Arts Centre - Venues - Irish Theatre Online. Venue details and listings for Project Arts Centre, Dublin 2 County Dublin. Project Arts Centre. Theatre, Music, Dance, Exhibitions.