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Free Short Films Screening - dlr First Frames

Join us for a free screening of 4 short films on Tuesday 6 December, 6.30-7.30pm, dlr LexIcon

Reserve your free ticket HERE 

Altered Ground

Open until Sunday 27th November 2022, Municipal Gallery, Level 3, dlr LexIcon.

Altered Ground is a new body of photographic work by Dianne Whyte exploring landscapes undergoing extensive development within the local areas of Cherrywood, Lehaunstown, Carrickmines and Sandyford. Dianne Whyte is the 2022 recipient of the dlr Visual Art Commission funded by The Arts Council of Ireland and managed by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council.

More information can be found HERE.


Minceir and Our Geels Whiden

Wednesday 30 November, 1.30-3pm, Project room, level 3, dlr LexIcon.

Free but booking required

Mary McDonagh and Helen Hutchinson have designed this fascinating two part workshop that will delve into the creative exploration of the use of Cant/ Gammon and English in poetry.

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Dementia and Creativity Awareness Talks

Wednesdays 30 November, 7 and 14 December, 11am - 1.30pm

Free but booking required

A series of talks exploring dementia and creativity with the Global Brain Health Institute. The talks will explore the positive impacts of music, movement, visualising, storytelling and connecting on people living with dementia. They include interactive and performative elements and will be given by artists and fellows of the Global Brain Health Institute.

More information abd booking links here


Community is a Garden, Tools for Artists, Communities and Institutions 

Tuesday 6 December, 6.30-8pm, Online

Free but booking required 

Join us for this workshop and discussion on a chapter from the digital toolkit ‘A Community is a Garden: Tools for Artists, Communities, and Institutions’. This session led by researcher and curator Beulah Ezeugo is for artists/creatives and anyone who is interested in discussing power structures and community practices.

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Keeping in touch

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