South East

What

“A bird’s eye view”

Working with the National Archives, the National Gallery of Ireland and Dublin City Council, The National Neighbourhood in Dublin South East takes place mainly around Kevin Street, Bishop Street, Whitefriar Street, Patrick Street and Rathmines. So far it has engaged with groups that are young and old, spanning schools, students, international residents and senior citizens, and the artforms being investigated include literature, visual arts and animation. The themes and the projects are still emerging, but they’re thinking a lot about flux and stability, looking at the Dublin skyline and taking a bird’s eye view of the area.

Who

WHO’S INVOLVED?

Project Group:

South East Area

  • South East Area Office Dublin City Council: Declan Hayden
  • National Gallery of Ireland: Caoilte O Mahony
  • National Gallery of Ireland: Sinead Rice
  • National Archives of Ireland: Tom Quinlan
  • Dublin City Public Libraries: Anne -Marie Kelly
  • Dublin City Public Libraries: Eithne Massey
  • Dublin City Arts Office: Ruari O Cuiv
  • Dublin’s Culture Connects: Director Iseult Byrne
  • Dublin’s Culture Connects : Project Manager Bernadette Larkin
Where

WHERE

The National Neighbourhood in Dublin South East takes place mainly around Kevin Street, Bishop Street, Whitefriar Street, Patrick Street and Rathmines. 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.