In Dublin North Central, projects will be developed with community groups of all ages from Clontarf, Raheny, Coolock, Artane, Fairview and Marino in partnership with the National Library of Ireland and Dublin City Council. Local parks and the coastline – and how they are used, socially and environmentally – are very important to the locals of these areas. Visual art, music and dance/movement will be used to focus on the natural environment and how to better link people through the spaces that surround them, inspired by Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane’s exhibition The Ocean After Nature, and the rich archives of the National Library of Ireland.
North Central Area Project
North Central Area Office : Aileen Doyle
North Central Area Office : Tony Fagan
Dublin City Public Libraries : Denis O’Shea
Dublin City Arts Office : Sinead Connolly
Hugh Lane Gallery : Jessica O’Donnell
National Library of Ireland : Bríd O’Sullivan
Dublin’s Culture Connects : Director – Iseult Byrne
Dublin’s Culture Connects : Project Manager – Laura Larkin
The North Central area will include Clontarf, Raheny, Coolock, Artane, Fairview and Marino. The National Neighbourhood will be animating the villages and neighbourhoods of Dublin from October 2017 until March 2018. Just watch this space as the project unfolds over the next six months.